Charles’ strategy of representation is based on a commitment to engaging clients and insisting they participate in their legal cases. Attorney Hobbs believes and practices an ideology that an attorney’s role is to educate the client on the law and procedure, assist in weighing the options, and to encourage clients to make their own decisions. The Law Offices and Attorney Hobbs believe the key to successful representation is to promote communication between attorney and client, act ethically, morally, and to pursue our client’s interests with zealous advocacy.
Charles is a general practitioner specializing in Criminal Defense, Family Law, and Bankruptcy.
Attorney Hobbs attributes much of his success as a trial litigator to his ability to relate to Jurors. Charles believes that his experiences in the construction industry and his large family have made him the well rounded, relatable litigator he is.
Charles was born and raised in Southern York County, and lived in Crossroads where he graduated from Kennard Dale High School in 1995. In 2001, Charles graduated from Bloomsburg University in Central Pennsylvania with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science, a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Economics, and a Career Concentration and Certification in Public Administration.
Upon graduating from Bloomsburg University Charles entered the construction industry in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Charles’ experiences in construction involved complicated logistic design and environmental engineering. In 2005, he returned to York County and began his career as an attorney.
In 2005, Charles also began his legal education at Widener University School of Law in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. In 2006, he became a certified student advocate and began his career as a trial litigator. Attorney Hobbs graduated from law school and was admitted to the Pennsylvania and York County bar associations in 2008. Shortly thereafter, Attorney Hobbs was admitted to the Middle District of Pennsylvania United States Federal Court.
Charles currently lives in Crossroads, Pennsylvania with his wife and three children.
Kathryn’s law practice focuses on Family law, Civil Litigation and Criminal Defense. She brings knowledge, compassion and commitment to her law practice, giving every single one of her clients unique, tailor-made and targeted solutions.
Kathryn is originally from Denver, Colorado. She went to Grinnell College in Grinnell, Iowa, where she played varsity Soccer, worked as the Opinion Editor of the school newspaper, the Scarlett and Black, and majored in Political Science. Kathryn graduated from Grinnell College in 2001.
Kathryn went to law school in Washington, D.C., where she attended The David A. Clarke School of Law at the University of the District of Columbia, graduating in 2007. During her time there, Kathryn became a certified student advocate, allowing her to practice as a law student. As a student advocate, she performed over 700 hours of clinical legal work, providing pro bono legal services to those in need.
In 2009, Kathryn clerked for a York County Court of Common Pleas Judge, the Honorable Maria Musti Cook. Upon completing her clerkship in 2010, Kathryn practiced with the Law Office of Marc Roberts.
She and Charles Hobbs created Hobbs & Hunter, LLC in 2013.
She is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and in the United States District Court Middle District of Pennsylvania. Kathryn has practiced in Adams, Dauphin, Lebanon, Lancaster, Lehigh Valley, Potter, Philadelphia, Westmoreland, Lackawanna, and York Counties. She is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association and the York County Bar Association, where she participates in the Bench Bar Committee, Co-Chair of the Social Committee, and she participates in the Lawyer Referral Committee, the Attorney Connection, as well as the Family Law Section.
Kathryn lives in York with her daughter, Harper.
Jesse’s practice focuses on a variety of complex legal issues ranging from litigating commercial claims in federal court on behalf of a defense contractor operating in Europe, Asia, West Africa, and the Black Sea Region, to Crowdfunding, Food Truck Licensing, and Orphans’ Court litigation on behalf of a California resident whose parent passed away in Pennsylvania. Jesse’s practice also includes Commercial Litigation, Wills, Trusts and Estates, Orphans’ Court Litigation, Civil Litigation, and Family Law.
Jesse is from Lancaster, Pennsylvania. He attended Clarion University before transferring to Elizabethtown College, where he served as Editor for the school paper and competed on the Mock Trial team, competing in both the University of Richmond invitational and University of Virginia invitational.
Jesse attended law school at Virginia’s Appalachian School of Law. While there, Jesse served as Student Ambassador, giving tours to prospective law students. Jesse then joined the Appalachian Natural Resources Law Journal as Editor before being promoted to Editor-in-Chief. Jesse also gained valuable experience clerking for Judge Patrick Johnson. Jesse then received Virginia’s Third Year Practice Certificate, enabling him to represent clients at hearings between classes.
Jesse returned to Lancaster in 2012 and joined a York County law firm where he worked while studying for the bar exam. After passing the bar, Jesse was admitted to practice law in York, Pennsylvania. He is a member of the American, Pennsylvania and York County Bar Associations. Jesse joined Hobbs & Hunter, LLC in 2015.
In his free time, Jesse enjoys running, hiking, biking, skiing, reading and writing. Jesse lives in Marietta, Pennsylvania.