Timothy J. Shultis


After graduating from law school in 1986, attorney Timothy J. Shultis entered the United States Judge Advocate General's Corps. As an Army Captain, he practiced law in Germany as a trial lawyer and in Washington, D.C., in a logistics command during the first Gulf War. In 1991, Timothy was Honorably Discharged from the U.S. Army and moved with his family to Hanover and has practiced law in Hanover ever since.

During his career, Timothy has handled litigation of all types and has successfully defended an accused service member in a capital murder case, won political asylum for a Chinese national, and argued and won a pension case before the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.

Timothy has extensive experience representing municipalities, zoning hearing boards, authorities, as well as representing clients in land use matters.  He serves as general counsel to a number of local businesses and represents individuals and families in real estate transactions, estate planning and estate administration.

Timothy is an active member of the Hanover community and currently serves on the Board of Directors of the H.A.R.T. Center in New Oxford. In 2010, he was ordained a Deacon in the Catholic Diocese of Harrisburg and presently serves the Saint Joseph, Hanover parish community.  Timothy is married to Ann C. Shultis, of Salzmann Hughes, P.C. Timothy and Ann have six children together. 

Practice Areas

  • Municipal Law
  • Commercial and Residential Real Estate
  • Zoning and Land Use
  • Business and Corporate
  • Estates and Trusts

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