Top Budd Lake ADR, Arbitration & Mediation Lawyers - New Jersey

  • 8000 Midlantic Dr.,Ste. 300S Mt. Laurel NJ 08054 39.96255 -74.91868

    Our law firm, Capehart Scatchard, has a team of award-winning attorneys known for getting results in your divorce, domestic violence or other family law case. From our Mt. Laurel, New Jersey, office, we successfully represent people like you throughout South Jersey, including those in Burlington, Camden and Gloucester counties. The legal industry has taken notice of the work our law firm does,...

  • 1814 East Route 70,Suite 350 Cherry Hill NJ 08003 39.907085 -74.97526

    Powell, Trachtman, Logan, Carrle & Lombardo, P.C. is a full service law firm that represents businesses and business people in matters such as litigation and dispute resolution; business planning and transactions; employment law; architectural, engineering, and construction projects; real estate leasing and development; estate and tax planning; administrative and environmental law; and information...

  • 1940 Route 70 East,Suite 2 Cherry Hill NJ 08003 39.901493 -74.962616

    The Practice includes representation of real estate developers in applications for major and minor subdivisions, site plans and variances in New Jersey and Pennsylvania; negotiating and representing clients in obtaining revolving credit lines; negotiating and drafting commercial leases for both landlords and large tenants; negotiating and drafting asset and stock purchase agreements; preparation...

  • 1008 South New Road Pleasantville NJ 08232 39.386906 -74.53758

    Founded in 2000 by Marc L. Hurvitz, who is a trial attorney and has been practicing law for 26 years, the Law Offices of Hurvitz & Waldman, L.L.C., serves the legal needs of individuals, businesses and municipalities throughout New Jersey and New York. Our three attorneys, support staff and paralegals offer clients a broad-based civil trial and appellate practice in State and Federal Courts...

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