Lisa A. Shearman, an attorney with Hamburg, Rubin, Mullin, Maxwell & Lupin PC, was recently awarded the Honorable Milton O. Moss Public Service Award, presented by the Montgomery Bar Foundation for her work with the Wills for Heroes Foundation as the National Affiliate Director and as a statewide Coordinator for Pennsylvania. Since the beginning of the Bar Foundation in 1987, the Foundation has honored Judge Moss by presenting the award to a Montgomery County resident who has provided exceptional service in support of the justice system. The Wills for Heroes Program provides free wills and other estate planning documents for emergency responders.
For over 20 years, Ms. Shearman has advised clients throughout the Commonwealth on matters involving estate planning, estate administration, and tax and business succession planning. She is a member of the Pennsylvania and New Jersey Bars, and the Pennsylvania (PBA) and Montgomery Bar Associations and the Montgomery County Estate Planning Council. She serves as the National Affiliate Director of the “Wills for Heroes Foundation,” a program that provides free wills and other estate planning documents for Pennsylvania's emergency responders. In 2011 Lisa received the Verdina Showell Award, presented by the PBA to recognize a lawyer’s outstanding community service and commitment to the Wills for Heroes Program. She has been recognized by other organizations for her pro bono service. A graduate of Villanova’s Graduate Tax Program (LL.M. 1994), Ms. Shearman received her law degree from Widener University in 1992 and her undergraduate degree from the University of Scranton in 1989.
Hamburg, Rubin, Mullin, Maxwell & Lupin is one of the leading law firms in Eastern Pennsylvania providing legal counsel to businesses, municipalities and individuals in such areas as business law, litigation, real estate matters, municipal law, trusts and estates, family law, criminal law and personal injury matters. The firm’s singular focus is on achieving the best possible result for its clients.