Jeff Burzawa has been practicing taxation and law in Greensburg and surrounding areas for over 35 years. Jeff was off to a slow start in 1st grade but, 19 years later, he graduated LAW SCHOOL CUM LAUDE!
He has extensive experience in all aspects of estate planning and administration. With his background in taxation, he also provides assistance with compliance issues.
Many times, the uninformed pay taxes two or more times on the same money when they do not have to. He does not believe in paying more taxes than you legally have to.
When you retain Jeff, he handles your case, not a clerk or paralegal.
Also, as a farm owner, he has personal experience in farm taxes. He is a graduate of St. Vincent's College at Duquesne University and has been voted the #1 Gold Attorney in Westmoreland County three times.
As the owner of a small firm, Jeff is able to provide his clients with the personal attention that they require and deserve but with big firm expertise. He strives to provide the highest quality legal representation.
The town of South Greensburg was founded in May 1780, when Mr. Michael Rugh built a home on the property now known as 1213 Broad Street. A later sale of a portion of this land to the Greensburg Coal and Coke Company, and the opening of their number one mine at the site of the brickyard on Broad Street in 1881, marked the real beginning of the town.
Homes were built between Sheridan and Coulter Avenues on Broad, Poplar, and Elm Streets. The Rugh home, the oldest dwelling in the community, now houses attorney Burzawa's firm.