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Steve Hoenigmann photo Attorney Kim DeBonte, left, and legal assistant Karen M. Stevenson pose outside the new law office of Doroshow, Pasquale, Krawitz, Siegel & Bhaya at 213 E. Dupont Highway (Route 113 next to Wilmington Trust) in Millsboro. Others as- sociated with the new office, but not pictured, include attor- ney Eric M. Doroshow and personal injury paralegal Anne S. Kirsche. Law finn expands into Sussex The law offices of Doroshow, Pasquale, Krawitz, Siegel and Bhaya, a private law firm serving middle income people in Delaware for over 21 years, has announced the opening of its newest office in MiUsboro. Attorney Eric Doroshow said, "With the opening of our Millsboro office in the fast growing Sussex County market, we become only the second Delaware law firm to provide statewide legal services to our clients." The firm has three offices in New Castle County, one in Dover, and one in Pennsville, N.J. Kim DeBonte, a former deputy attorney general in Sussex County, is the firm's managing associate at the 213 East DuPont Highway, Mills- boro location. DeBonte will handle domestic, criminal defense and el- derlaw cases. Eric Doro, show is a past president of the 500-member Delaware Tri- al Lawyers Association. He will handle workman's compensation, per- sonal injury and bankruptcy cases. Doroshow, Pasquale, Krawitz, Siegel and Bhaya was the first Delaware law firm to advertise, and one of the first to use paralegals and computers to process cases. The firm has invested heavily in state- of-the-art computer equipment to network all the offices to provide quality statewide service for its clients. The firm opened in 1978 with one secretary and one lawyer. Since that time, the firm has become one of the fastest-growing law firms in the state and now employs 18 lawyers and more than 60 staff members at six offices. Since opening in 1978, more than 30,000 clients have been served. Seaside Pointe sets open house for Sunday, Aug. 15 Brandywine Assisted Living at Seaside Pointe, the area's first as- sisted living residence, will hold its opening celebration at an open house and picnic from 1 to 4 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 15. People of all ages are invited to enjoy a barbecue complete with gourmet salads, fresh fruit, ice cream, water ice and more in the landscaped enclosed courtyard. The event will feature a remote broadcast by WGMD -92.7 FM, as well as a Dixieland trio and door prizes. Seaside Pointe's professional staff will be on hand to offer guests guided tours of the resi- dence throughout the afternoon. Mary Warrington, Seaside Pointe's director of community relations, said the open house is an opportunity for the community to see first hand how the new resi- dence preserves each resident's independence and provides the se- curity of around-the-clock care. "Seaside Point's assisted living lifestyle features convenient serv- ices, gracious amenities and beau- tiful surroundings for older adults who need some assistance with the tasks of daily living," War- rington said. "This is an opportunity for us to showcase all we have to offer, and to share our commitment to pro- viding all the best in life for sen- iors." She added that Seaside Pointe has been extremely well-received by the community, with half the units already sold. Seaside Pointe will comfortably accommodate 100 residents in luxurious apartment-style suites that include kitchenettes, private baths and 24-hour emergency re- sponse systems. It also houses a separate and secure Alzheimer's neighborhood called BrandyLane, the first such Alzheimer's pro- gram in the region. Seaside Point is part of Brandy- wine Senior Care, which offers quality care for seniors in New Jersey, Delaware and Pennsylva- nia. For more information, call 226- 8750. 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