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The AMM Difference


Collaborative approach with clients' working group


Practical, cost-efficient solutions to complex legal issues


Accessibility and responsiveness unique to suburban practice


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Celebrating 25 Years

As we celebrate this milestone, we are grateful to our friends, clients and neighbors for the opportunity to grow and thrive in this great community. Over the years, we have added to our professional staff, expanded our service areas, and nearly doubled the size of our Doylestown office.

25 years – we’re just getting started!

Experience.  The Difference. 

For more than twenty-five years, Antheil Maslow & MacMinn, LLP has provided sophisticated legal advice and representation at competitive fees to a wide range of business and nonprofit enterprises throughout the region. We bring a depth and breadth of experience, insight, forward-thinking and personalized service to every client engagement, whether the client is an entrepreneur, family business, middle-market company, multinational enterprise or nonprofit organization. We pride ourselves on developing deep relationships with our clients by taking time to understand their businesses and goals so that we can provide responsive, practical legal advice and aggressive advocacy.  Our attorneys become part of each client's team and are invested in their long-term success.

We offer the same high-quality innovative legal services and client-centered focus to our individual clients, with services including family wealth preservation including tax and estate planning, estate administration and litigation, family law, residential real estate matters, employment disputes and personal injury representation.

News + Events

  • Stephanie M. Shortall Joins Antheil Maslow & MacMinn
    AMM is pleased to announce the addition of Stephanie M. Shortall to the Firm’s Corporate and Estate Planning and Administration practice groups. Ms. Shortall’s practice is focused on advising closely held businesses on the full range of issues faced in today’s legal landscape. She also works with individuals to develop…
  • Elizabeth Fineman Profiled by Suburban Life Magazine
    Elizabeth Fineman of Antheil Maslow & MacMinn’s Family Law practice group was profiled in Suburban Life Magazine’s “Women Who Lead” feature.  Ms. Fineman was selected for her outstanding legal career and commitment to community service. In addition to her busy family law practice, Elizabeth is active in the Jewish Federation of…

Understanding your past; planning for your future

Featured Practice: Child Custody

For divorced/separated parents of school-aged children, the approach of summer vacation can be a source of worry and tension.  Disagreements arise about changing custody schedules, vacation planning, and summer activities.  They can put a real damper on the sunny days ahead.  Planning ahead, cooperation, flexibility and communication between parents can go a long way toward avoiding pitfalls and reducing friction as you approach the summer months. 

Get out the paper calendar or use a shared google calendar.  If you and the other parent cannot peacefully be in the same room exchange your calendars so everyone knows where the children are to be and when.  Hopefully, you told each other about vacations dates well in advance of the actual day to leave.  Provide the other party with flight information, addresses of hotels and contact information so as to avoid confusion.  Make sure the two of you have agreed on the camps and other activities so your children do not expect one thing and another occurs.  Smooth transitions and met (reasonable) expectations will be of great benefit to your children’s emotional well-being.

In some situations, however, even your best efforts can fail to resolve these conflicts.  In that case, it is wise to consult a family law attorney and try to get ahead of problems before they escalate. Please visit our Custody   page to learn more about our services, or to get in touch with one of our family law practitioners.




Contact Us

215.230.7500 phone     215.230.7796 fax     855.210.7500 toll free

131 W. State Street, PO Box 50, Doylestown, PA 18901