Meyers, Young & Grove, P.A. is pleased to announce that their new website is now live on the web at www.mygt.com. The new website, developed by High Rock Studios’ LeftBrain Technologies, was designed with an emphasis on regularly updated content, useful information and features, and a more user-friendly interface.
Ann joined the faculty at the Grove College of Business at Shippensburg University teaching the American Legal Environment to undergraduate students in the College. The course introduces business students to the American legal system, contract formation, business organizations, regulations affecting business, and employment law, among other topics.
With the addition of Ann, who is licensed in Pennsylvania, Meyers, Young & Grove expanded its practice to include Pennsylvania. The firm’s Pennsylvania practice includes estate planning, estate administration, adoptions, corporate work, land transactions, and contracts.
Ann begins an exciting and challenging chapter in the fall when she joins Leadership Washington County. She looks forward to learning more about the County and the resources available to her clients, as well as providing service to her community.
For his twenty-first year, Bill is teaching paralegal students at Hagerstown Community College. This past semester he taught Real Property Law. In the past, he has also taught Legal Writing and Legal Research.
Meyers, Young & Grove recently recycled a truck load of electronics during the Earth Day Celebration hosted by Renfrew in Waynesboro. The firm secured and destroyed all information from the equipment prior to its recycling.
During the summer of 2010, Ken joined the Board of Directors at the Maryland Theatre. Ken finds fulfillment in helping the arts to flourish in downtown Hagerstown.