Mr. Dillon has years of experience successfully assisting clients with Estate Administration, Wills and Estate Litigation, Divorce and Family Law matters, and Municipal Litigation. His business clients have included corporations such as Target, for whom he has handled zoning matters before various municipalities; John Patrick Publishing Company, for whom he handles all of their corporate matters; and Allied Financial Consultants, LLP, for whom he assists in various estate planning issues.
As an attorney, Mr. Dillon maintains a clear and logical approach to his cases, assisting his clients in finding quick and effective solutions to their situations. His experience enables him to handle an array of cases with his clients’ best interests in mind, even in the most difficult of circumstances. Mr. Dillon believes that confidentiality, loyalty and honesty are paramount in both personal and business relationships. It is these traits that have led him to earn the trust of his clients, friends and peers alike.
Mr. Dillon currently serves as the Solicitor for Lower Southampton Township and the New Hope Borough Civil Services Commission. Previously he was Solicitor for Middletown Township (1998-2003) and Solicitor for the Falls Township Zoning Hearing Board (1979-1999). Mr. Dillon has represented various labor unions, handling multimillion-dollar litigation involving work related hearing loss.
A member of the Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association, the Bucks County Bar Association and the Pennsylvania Bar Association, Mr. Dillon has served as a past member of the Advisory Board for Holy Ghost Prep, member of the Board of Trustees for Grey Nun Academy, Board Member for Upper Makefield Soccer and Baseball organizations and Basketball Coach for St. Ignatius CYO. A cum laude graduate of LaSalle University (B.A. 1972), Mr. Dillon received his law degree from Temple University in 1975.
- Allied Financial Consultants, LLP
- Associated Imaging Solutions, Inc.
- Detective Christopher Jones Foundation
- John Patrick Publishing Company
- Lower Southampton Township
- New Hope Borough Civil Service Commission
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