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Lycoming County

Lycoming County was created from Northumberland County on April 13, 1795 and was once much larger than it is today.  When the county was formed, it consisted of most of the land taking up north central Pennsylvania.  The county was originally named Jefferson County to honor Thomas Jefferson, but rival factions in the county pushed for several name changes until the legislature finally settled on Lycoming County after the Lycoming Creek, which served as the center of the county’s pre-Revolutionary War border dispute.

Lycoming County–which is larger than the entire state of Rhode Island–is not surprisingly the largest county in terms of land area in Pennsylvania.  Located in the heart of north central Pennsylvania, it lies on the west branch of the Susquehanna River–one of the proposed but shot down names for the county.  Its county seat, Williamsport, also has the claim to fame of being the home for Little League Baseball.

Pennsylvania lawyers practicing law in Lycoming County specialize in various niches of the law, including bankruptcy law, personal injury law, employment law, family law, immigration, medical malpractice law, workers compensation law, and criminal law.  Criminal law consists of crimes committed by one individual against another and are divided into two subsets:  felonies and misdemeanors.  Misdemeanors are less serious offenses that are punished less harshly, while felonies are larger offenses and almost always result in much stricter penalties.  Criminal defendants would do well to contact one of the many experienced Pennsylvania lawyers practicing criminal defense to give themselves the best possible representation at trial.

Pennsylvania residents in Lycoming County often hire experienced Pennsylvania lawyers to represent them in cases involving child custody law.  Pennsylvania law views promoting the best interests of the child as being paramount.  Pennsylvania lawyers practicing family law can affirm to their clients that the State believes it is important to establish regular contact between children and both parents after separation or divorce.

The State retains the right to make all final decisions regarding child custody arrangements under Pennsylvania law, although it does encourage parents to reach amicable agreements through Pennsylvania lawyers regarding child custody.  The court will then factor in the parents’ proposed arrangements when it makes its decision.  What family law Pennsylvania judges will take most into consideration is whether the proposed agreement is fair and beneficial to the children first and foremost.  If so, chances are the court will approve the agreement.

Pennsylvania law provides for four types of incorporated municipalities:  cities, boroughs, townships, and, rarer cases, towns.  Below are listed the cities, boroughs and townships located in Lycoming County:




Census-designated places

Census-designated places are not actual jurisdictions under Pennsylvania law, but are compiled by the U.S. Census Bureau in order to compile demographic data.  Other unincorporated communities, such as villages, are sometimes categorized here as well.

Other unincorporated communities

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