Julia M. Parrish



  • Pennsylvania Bar Association
  • Dauphin County Bar Association                                 
  • York County Bar Association                                    
  • Lancaster County Bar Association                            
  • York County Estate Planning Council


Julia Parrish is committed to assisting clients in planning for their future, as she appreciates the ability to be proactive to more easily assist clients in administering their affairs. Her experience, including working in a general practice setting, has shown many examples of how the unintended consequences can affect transfers to our loved ones.

A native of York County, Julia earned her Bachelors of Science in Agricultural Business Management from the Pennsylvania State University, University Park campus.  Julia earned her law degree from the Pennsylvania State University – Dickinson School of Law.

Julia began her career by serving as a law clerk to the Honorable James Blaney of the New Jersey Superior Court, Chancery Division, Family Part, Ocean County. After her clerkship, Julia worked in a small firm in York County where she gained valuable experience in a general practice office.  More recently, Julia served at a firm based in Lancaster County where she increased her focus on estate planning and administration.

Julia is admitted to practice law in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association, Lancaster County Bar Association and York County Bar Association.  Attorney Parrish is an active member of the York County Estate Planning Council.

Since 2013, Julia has served as a member of the Planning Commission of Lower Windsor Township, Pennsylvania and currently serves as the Chairperson.

Julia resides in York County with her husband and three children. She and her family are members of Saint Leo the Great Catholic Church in Lancaster.


  • Pennsylvania State University – Dickinson School of Law, J.D.
  • Pennsylvania State University, B.S. Agricultural Business Management

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