Thomas Will attended the University of Pittsburgh and graduated in 1991 with a Bachelor of Science in Business and Political Science, a dual major. Mr. Will then attended the Ohio Northern University School of Law and graduated in 1994 with his Juris Doctorate.
Mr. Will has devoted his career to the representation of individuals in resolving their many legal issues. His perseverance and aggressive style has shown him to be successful and sought after in the fields of criminal defense, family law, and litigation. He has experience and success and is willing to fight to achieve the best results. He is well respected by prosecutors, judges and the police and this esteem offers a significant advantage in defending his clients and obtaining the fairest results possible.
He has received the distinction of the Martindale-Hubble Preeminent Award based on excellent reviews from his peers. He maintains equally equally high reviews from clients, some of which can be found on his Avvo profile.
He began his career first as an Assistant Prosecutor with the Ashland County Prosecutor’s Office in Ashland, Ohio, then as a private attorney with his own practice in 2003, focusing his law practice on the needs of individuals in the areas of criminal and DUI defense, family law, civil litigation, personal injury, and workers’ compensation.
Mr. Will is an active member of the Allegheny County Bar Association, Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association, Western Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association — Board of Governors, and Catholic Charities. He is also a member of the Bethel Park Civil Service Commission.
Mr. Will was admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar Association in 1997. He was admitted to the Ohio Bar Association in 1994. He is admitted to practice before all Pennsylvania and Ohio state courts, United States District Court, Western District of Pennsylvania.
When Mr. Will is not busy handling your case to the best of his ability, he enjoys leisure activities such as golfing and snow skiing. Additionally, he just retired from his ice hockey team, the Nailers, which he played for a number of years with a great group of guys.
On weekends he enjoys barbecues and spending time with his family. Attorney Will is married with four children. He has a passion for cooking and loves to spend time preparing meals on the weekends for his family.
Additionally, he is involved in managing and coaching his daughter’s softball team and his son’s baseball team.