New Jersey Elder Law Firm Attorneys Win Awesome Award by South Jersey Magazine
Moorestown, NJ (Law Firm Newswire) December 16, 2011 - Three Begley Law Group attorneys were chosen for South Jersey Magazine’s Awesome Attorneys this month. Thousands of the magazine’s readers voted for 151 specialists in 46 law categories, from asset protection law to workers’ compensation. Begley Law Group has helped the community in Southern New Jersey for more than 75 years with all their legal life planning needs.
“We work very hard to help you keep the assets you’ve taken a lifetime to build and create the legacy you want to have,” said New Jersey estate planning attorney Thomas Begley Jr. “As a family-oriented law firm, we take on your goals and tailor a strategy that uniquely suits your needs.”
The firm’s three Awesome Attorneys are Thomas Begley, Jr. for Estate Planning and Asset Protection Law, Dana Bookbinder for Estate Planning and Asset Protection Law, and Ethan Ordog for Probate Litigation and Guardianship. Begley Law Group’s Awesome Attorneys are known for being strong advocates for the elderly and disabled as they enrich their clients’ lives.
“The legal system can be very complex for estate planning, trusts, and special needs planning,” said Begley. “We walk you through your options and make the law understandable so you are an informed client and feel confident about the future.”
Begley Law Group’s attorneys are called on to lecture at national conferences, write books and articles about critical areas of elder and disability law, and active in the area’s charities. To learn more or to contact a New Jersey estate planning lawyer or New Jersey special needs planning attorney, call 1.800.533.7227 or visit www.begleylawgroup.com.
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