Young, Marr & Associates was recently named as one of the top law firms by the American Society of Legal Advocates (ASLA).
Paul H. Young is the founding partner of Young, Marr and Associates. After starting his legal career at the Social Security Administration, he has been in private practice in Pennsylvania and New Jersey state and federal courts for over 30 years with a primary emphasis in representing bankruptcy, social security disability and long-term disability clients. Paul has helped represent 1000’s of claimants obtain social security benefits in multiple states, including Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Florida, California, South Carolina and New York. He has also successfully handled over 10,000 consumer bankruptcy matters in Pennsylvania and New Jersey and has received numerous awards in both areas. He has taught bankruptcy at the college level and has lectured in both areas.
Paul is a lifelong Pennsylvanian, growing up in Philadelphia and now living in Bucks County with his wife of thirty-four years, daughter and family dog, Marley. He is a proud alumnus of LaSalle University, where he graduated cum laude and a graduate of Widener School of Law. Outside of law, he has a passion for sports, particularly football. He also enjoys classic rock and blues music and is an avid fan of the movies.
Gail Marr started her legal career as a district attorney at the Bucks County DA’s office. She has been in private practice in Pennsylvania and New Jersey state and federal courts for over 20 years, with an emphasis on criminal defense. She has handled well over 5000 cases and has received numerous awards in the area of criminal advocacy. She is a member of the prestigious American College of DUI Defense and is recognized throughout Bucks, Montgomery, Lehigh and Northampton counties as a tenacious litigator, who fights vigorously for her clients, who always receive her cell phone number.
In addition to criminal defense, Gail has represented over 1000 claimants in receiving social security disability benefits. She also has participated in well over 1,000 bankruptcy cases, and has also litigated divorce and custody matters.
Gail is a lifelong Pennsylvanian, currently residing in Perkasie with her husband. Gail is a proud mother of four children, with her son currently attending NCAA Champion Villanova University. She is also recently a proud grandmother. Gail is a proud graduate of Rutgers University and Rutgers Law School. Gail is an avid Philadelphia sports fan and other interests include Christian music and novels.
Paul Mallis is a former District Attorney having prosecuted hundreds of criminal cases ranging from DUI to homicide. He is a seasoned, top-notch criminal defense attorney who fights vigorously for his clients. Paul maintains and excellent relationship with prosecutors, police officers and judges in Bucks, Montgomery and Philadelphia counties. He is recognized as a rising star in Philadelphia, Bucks, Montgomery counties and New Jersey, and is often selected by Montgomery County judges for difficult criminal court appointments.
In addition to criminal matters, Paul is an up and coming social security disability attorney. He has represented claimants in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey disability hearings.
Paul prides himself in hard work and dedication. Every phone call is returned immediately, and he works very hard to provide his clients with a special level of service, which includes providing clients with his personal cell phone number.
Paul is a lifelong Pennsylvania resident, currently living in Manayunk. He is a proud Penn State graduate and thereafter attended Cooley School of Law. Paul is single and is a former saxophone player.
Steven J. DeMaio, Esquire, Of Counsel
Stephen J. DeMaio is of counsel to Young, Marr and Associates for over 20 years. He has handled thousands of criminal defense matters throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey and has been involved in thousands of bankruptcy cases. He has also handled landlord-tenant disputes throughout the state and has been a valuable asset to the firm.
In addition to normal business hours, our attorneys are always willing to meet clients by appointment in the evenings or weekends.
“When we came to see Gail Marr, Esquire, we were behind on our mortgage and car, and really wondered if we would be able to dig ourselves out. However, Gail was totally patient and understanding and that made us feel more relaxed, and we were able to successfully complete a Chapter 13 Plan. We are now 5 years removed from bankruptcy, and it was the best thing that we had ever decided to do.”
"Paul, you were so understanding and sympathetic, I truly felt like you understood where I was coming from. I was terrified and thought I would never be able to make it through, but you changed my opinion of attorneys, and I would highly recommend you to anyone who is in need of financial help."
Daria S. is under the age of 50 and classified by Social Security as a younger individual. She was denied benefits in Pennsylvania and came to our office with complaints of uncontrolled dizziness and vomiting with numbness and right side tinnitus. Her previous work history was with the U.S. Postal Service. Her primary diagnoses included vertigo and Meniere’s Disease. We were successful in helping Daria obtain benefits.
“Mr. Young was very knowledgeable and made us feel at ease with our situation. He handled our case very professionally and in a more timely manner than I have heard of other attorneys through friends. His staff was also very understanding and helpful. I would definitely recommend him and his firm and would use him again, if needed, in the future!”
Client was facing 90 days minimum imprisonment for a 2nd offense DUI. Case was dismissed at the Preliminary Hearing when the officer was unable to prove that the client operated the vehicle.
Client was originally charged with Felony criminal mischief for allegedly destroying thousands of dollars of bread and cookies in a supermarket in Yardley, PA. Client was found not guilty by jury of all criminal charges, sentenced by the judge for summary violation to pay $500.00 fine. Received worldwide coverage from the Associated Press and Newsweek Magazine and story was on all 4 local news stations, CNN and the Court Channel.