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DUE TO THE STATE OF EMERGENCY WE WILL BE WORKING REMOTELY EVERY DAY TO CONTINUE TO PROTECT OUR CLIENTS

Our physical office will be closed

until the ban is lifted.

 

PHONE CONSULTS ARE AVAILABLE:

PLEASE EMAIL OR CALL TO SET UP

 

You can leave a phone message at 856-228-7964. All messages will be checked and returned daily. Send email to:

 

Joseph Rogers, Esq. at jjresq@comcast.net

Barbara Snavely, Esq. at  B_Snavely@comcast.net

If you need to get documents to us, you can email them to either email address above or mail them to the office. Mail will be picked up daily. Any payments should be mailed to the office.

Services

  • Stop Foreclosure

  • Chapter 7

  • Chapter 13

Other Resources
Creditors calling you day and night? Behind on your mortgage, and your bank is not helping you? Lost your job and now the bills are piling up?
Bankruptcy may be the solution.
 

The bills are stacking up, demanding calls and letters are arriving with increasing frequency and despite the best of efforts, the overdue debts just cannot be paid. Maybe you are thinking of taking a payday loan just to get through this week. You just want to stop the phone calls in the middle of the night and at your work. You want help right now.

 

We can help stop the debt collectors. We can help you get the bankruptcy relief you need and deserve. We can help you claim exemptions to keep your property. In chapter 13 cases, we can often help you to keep your house. Once considered a last resort, bankruptcy has become an accepted way to resolve serious financial problems. You can save your home and car; you may stop evictions; and in most cases, you can still get rid of your credit card debt.

 

If you, your friends or family members are experiencing financial problems that may be helped by bankruptcy laws, please call my office as soon as possible.

Our attorneys, along with our dedicated staff, serve clients in Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem Counties.