Nicholas LaFountain, Esq. and PeggyAnn Wollman, Esq., first met in 2004 when they worked together as associates for the same law firm. Over the years they would collaborate on cases that touched on both of their practice areas. In time they grew to value, trust and rely on the advice they would give each other with respect to their differing practice areas. When the owner of the firm they worked at passed prematurely, they had a difficult choice to face. Either look for new firms to join, or risk opening a new business together during challenging economic times after the real estate crash of the late 2000’s. Without any question at all, they decided that instead of departing for new employment, they would work to establish a new firm to continue assisting clients together as they had been for years prior.
In September of 2010, Nicholas J. LaFountain, Esq. and PeggyAnn K. Wollman, Esq. purchased the assets of the Law Offices of Ara H. Margosian II, P.C. and opened LaFountain & Wollman, P.C. at the same location. Nicholas and PeggyAnn worked for the Law Offices of Ara H. Margosian II, P.C. under the late Ara H. Margosian II, Esq. for many years and with their combined experience and knowledge endeavor to follow in their mentor’s footsteps.
Michael J. Vosilla, Esq., also formerly of the Law Offices of Ara H. Margosian II, P.C., is an associate at LaFountain & Wollman, P.C.
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