Jenkins and Clayman - Bankruptcy Law Practice

Business Address: 412 S White Horse Pike
Audubon, NJ 08106
Hunterdon County

Business Contact: Mr. Jeffrey Jenkins, Esq.
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Veteran Owned Business | Army, Separated | Member since August 8th, 2011

Jenkins and Clayman - Bankruptcy Law Practice is one of the leading personal bankruptcy firms in New Jersey. Our senior partner, Jeffrey Jenkins, Esq. is Board Certified in Consumer Bankruptcy Law, and our firm handles more bankruptcy cases than any other firm in New Jersey.

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