Kutztown Main Street.

Lawyers in Kutztown, Pennsylvania

Kutztown, Pennsylvania

Kutztown’s name has been spread far and wide by its foremost business—the Kutztown University of Pennsylvania. But Kutztown is more than just a college town. The Dutch community that first settled in Berks County spread out over the land that William Penn sold and gave to various settlers. Kutztown’s farming community has long been known for industriousness and strength.

Kutztown Main Street.
A photo of the Welcome to Kutzown sign, surrounded by smaller signs showcasing different clubs and championships from the area.

Kutztown Park on a sunny day.

Kutztown University (KU) is a large, state school with beautiful grounds, majestic buildings, and of course, the “Angry Chicken” on Old Main. The Borough of Kutztown boasts some of the best eating in the county, and the quality of the food is matched only by the creativity and branding of the restaurants. Some of those restaurants include: The Airport Diner, Pop’s Malt Shoppe, Betty’s, Letterman’s Diner, Basin Street Hotel, La Cocina Mexicana, and Takkii Ramen Kutztown.

In addition to the university and bustling main street, Kutztown is home to Crystal Cave. It was discovered in the 1870s and became the first “show cave” in Pennsylvania. Kutztown is also home to the annual Kutztown Folk Festival, a summer festival showcasing Pennsylvania Dutch food, artwork, and culture.

A photo of the Kutztown Tavern sign on Main Street, taken from an artsy angle.
A blue, purple, green, yellow, orange, and gray mural on the side of Young Ones in Kutztown.

Several notable people have come from Kutztown, including NFL players Bruce Harper, John Mobley, and Andre Reed. Keith Haring, a world-renown artist known for his pop art, is a graduate of Kutztown Area High School. Ryan Vogelsong, a baseball player from the San Francisco Giants, first played for Kutztown University.

The Scooter Building at Kutztown Park on a sunny day.
A shed in Kutztown painted with a Keith Haring-inspired mural.

The Kutztown Grange on a sunny day.

Lawyers in Kutztown

A group photo of the 9 attorneys of Cornerstone Law Firm. From left to right, the order is: Attorney Otto, Attorney Browne, Attorney Caloia, Attorney Ready, Attorney Distasio, Attorney Rauch-Mannino, Attorney Winter, Attorney Hong, and Attorney Mayle.

Our attorneys serve the Kutztown community in several ways. We help students who have run into trouble with local law enforcement, reaching out to officers and compromising charges and otherwise defending them in court. We help local businesses grow by drafting contracts, forming LLCs and giving advice on day-to-day corporate activities. We help families with real estate problems, and we do estate planning and administration.

We love Kutztown, and we love to solve problems. Contact Cornerstone Law Firm today to let us know how we can help you.