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The York Legal Record Accepts two types of advertising:
  1. Legal Notices
  2. Commercial Ads

Legal Notices are required by statute to be published, such as incorporation notices, estate notices, and sheriff sales. The York Legal Record is the official designated publication for legal notices in York County as authorized by the York County Court of Common Pleas. Costs are payable to the York Legal Record. Some of the more common legal advertising forms can be found here.

Commercial Advertisements are targeted to the legal community of York County, Pennsylvania. Every member of the York County Bar Association, approximately 500 attorneys and judges, receives this publication on a weekly basis. This targeted market, together with other subscribers such as banks, real estate brokers, financial advisers and municipal officials makes for a tremendously cost effective method to reach your market.

Legal or Commercial Advertising Forms and Fees should be submitted to the York Legal Record. Please include this instruction form with your order.

Note, a rate increase will take effect with the April 7, 2106 edition.  

1.YLR Legal Ad Forms

Item Name Posted By Date Posted
Legal Notice 2016 Rates PDF (23.67 KB) Administration 2/24/2016
Advertising Instruction Form Link Administration 4/13/2016
Articles of Inc Form Link Administration 3/16/2016
Change of Name Form Link Administration 3/16/2016
Dissolution Notice Form Link Administration 3/16/2016
Estate Notice Form Link Administration 3/16/2016
Fictitious Name Form Link Administration 3/16/2016
Non-Profit Inc Form Link Administration 3/16/2016
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