Wolfe comes home to practice law: Life comes around full circle

It’s funny how life comes around full circle.  Just ask Samantha Wolfe with The Law Offices of Samantha K. Wolfe, who held a Ribbon Cutting July 16 to commemorate her firm’s one-year anniversary. 

Wolfe grew up in Greencastle and attended Greencastle schools.  She decided to take Latin as a freshman in high school.  

Wolfe remembers fondly how her teacher, Judy Maxwell, spoke of her husband, Waynesboro attorney Tucker Maxwell during her four years in Latin class.

In 2006 after finishing her first year of law school, Wolfe began looking for a law firm near her hometown to do an internship.  She recalled how that teacher — one of her favorite favorite — used to talk about her attorney husband. 

On a whim, she wrote a letter to Attorney Maxwell asking if he needed a summer legal intern.  She spent the next two summers interning for Maxwell, soaking up all the knowledge she could. 

A decade away from home

After graduating law school in 2008 she decided to pursue a legal master’s in taxation to further her knowledge for future clients. 

After graduation she spent 7 ½ years at Steinbacher, Goodall & Yurchak, in Williamsport, PA, practicing estate planning, asset protection planning, long-term care planning, special needs planning and business succession planning. 

Coming home

She loved her job but missed her family, who were living in Fairfieldjob.  In 2017 Wolfe moved back to the area and joined Maxwell Sipe Law Offices.

In 2018, Tucker Maxwell retired.  With the help of Maxwell’s long-standing employees, Tamera Siegrist and Sandra Davis, and new employees Amy Meek and Jess Blair, The Law Offices of Samantha K. Wolfe opened July 1, 2020. 

Wolfe said that she values the legacy that Tucker Maxwell created.  He believed in working hard for his clients and serving the greater Waynesboro community. 

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A part of the community

Wolfe said she is honored to be a part of this community and hopes to continue Maxwell’s legacy and tradition.

According to Wolfe, their mission is to “provide mindful legal direction for you and your future generations.” 

Wolfe focuses on estate planning, estate administration, asset protection planning, long-term care planning, Medicaid planning, special needs planning and business succession planning. 

The office is located at the Landis Complex – 20 East Sixth St., Suite 206, Waynesboro, PA.  If you need “Mindful Legal Direction,” contact Wolfe and her team at 717-655-2676.   Hours of operation are Monday – Friday from 8:30- 4:30 or by appointment.    Visit them here.

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