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Veitengruber Law - Bordentown, NJ

33 Third Street2nd Floor, Suite 3 Bordentown, NJ 08505

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Updated: 04/14/2021

Bordentown Bankruptcy Law Firm

Overview

Veitengruber Law in Wall Township and Marlton, New Jersey, is a client-centered debt relief, real estate and bankruptcy law firm that provides holistic solutions to difficult legal problems. While it may feel like you are the only person who is struggling with finances, know that you are not alone. You also do not have to face your debt problem alone. Our approachable legal team focuses on helping people get out of debt and regain control of their lives with tailored solutions...

About Veitengruber Law

Practice Areas

  • Bankruptcy
  • Real Estate

Fees

Offers Free Initial Consultation

Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information

Address

33 Third Street2nd Floor, Suite 3 Bordentown, NJ 08505

Office Hours

(By Appointment Only)

Fax

  • 732-695-3917

Other Offices

Veitengruber Law 247 Main Street Metuchen, NJ 08840 732-852-7295

Veitengruber Law (Main Office) 1720 Highway 34 Suite 10 Wall Township, NJ 07727 732-852-7295

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