Montgomery County, Pennsylvania Outside General Counsel and Contract Attorney
Montgomery County, Pennsylvania is located Northwest of Philadelphia, PA. The population of Montgomery County was estimated at 800,000 residents as of the 2010 census, making it the third most populated county in Pennsylvania.
The county seat of Montgomery County is Norristown, PA. Montgomery County was created in 1784 out of land that was originally part of Philadelphia County. The origin of the name of Montgomery County is conflicting, some believe it is named after Richard Montgomery an American Revolutionary War General or after Montgomeryshire a Welsh County.
Lansdale | Conshohocken | Royersford | Jenkintown | North Wales | Narberth | Hatboro | Schwenksville