Company Name - Marjorie E. Crist, Esquire
 

CONTACT & ADMINISTRATIVE BASICS 
 
 
Attorney Crist meets with clients and prospective clients on a "by appointment" basis.  Every effort is made to schedule appointments at times and locations convenient for you. 

Free initial consults are always available to discuss your matter and our available services.  These usually happen by phone and then a face-to-face meeting is scheduled.

Meetings can be held at a location convenient to you!

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E-Mail and Fax Communication:
 
 
An efficient way to communicate during your case is through e-mail.  E-mail allows you to take the time to write out details getting as much information as possible to the attorney.  Your details are printed out, reviewed and placed in your file.  In many circumstances a series of e-mail communications can cut down on hourly legal fees and result in better communication!   If you are a luddite there is no shame!  We still encourage you to write down details and information.  Simply send it to us the old fashioned way with an envelope and a stamp and we can review and place in your file.
 
Fax: 412-343-3608
 
If your fax is longer than 15 pages please consider calling us first to determine if you can send this by e-mail or regular mail versus the expense of faxing such a large document. 
 
 
Payment Options:
 
Clients may pay for their legal services by check, credit card, money order or via Paypal. To pay by Paypal contact our office beforehand, see below. A 3% processing fee is added to credit card and Paypal payments.  
 
 
Paypal Payments:
 
We accept payments through Paypal.
 
BEFORE Paying Via Paypal, You MUST Call Our Office So We May Pre-Set Your Payment Amount.
 
 
 

 
 
Learn More About Pennsylvania's Courthouses:

Hopefully you noticed the many pictures of beautiful and historical Pennsylvania courthouse domes and interiors throughout the site.  Each County seat has a Courthouse and they are architecturally beautiful and rich in history.  Go into Mercer County's courthouse and notice how every doorknob has been restored to its original beauty with "MC" in the intricate brass work on each one.  Or visit the Allegheny County Old Jail Museum located on the first floor of the Family Division court facility and learn about Mrs. Soffel.  Better yet take your kid and let them experience sitting in an old jail cell!
 
Some of Attorney Crist's favorites:  the simplicity of the main courtroom in the Indiana County Courthouse (red, white and blue all American); Judge Doerr's courtroom in Butler County lavish white with gold trim and a fantastic Tiffany skylight (you feel like you walked into a confection); Westmoreland and Washington County courthouse domes are simply gorgeous!!  Butler's dome is a fruit salad!
 
To learn more visit this site or better yet take a trip to visit some of our Commonwelath's courthouses!

Westmoreland County
Courthouse dome.