It is with great honor to announce that Bratton Law partners John Rothamel and Charles “Chris” Bratton have been selected as Readers’ Choice Awesome Attorneys by South Jersey Magazine. They are among the 255 attorneys in the South Jersey area to be named Awesome Attorney this year. Thousands of readers casted their votes for the attorneys they call on in times of need and it is truly an honored to be recognized by our clients and friends. Both are featured in this month’s South Jersey Magazine, Bratton for the field of Estate Planning/Asset Protection and Rothamel for Real Estate Law.
It is a compliment to have Bratton Law attorneys recognized for the eighth consecutive year for their practice by South Jersey readers and we thank them for their continued faith and appreciation of our legal services.
About South Jersey Magazine
South Jersey Magazine is the premier publication in Southern NJ. Each month the magazine attracts an upscale readership thanks to its local editorial focus on varying topics ranging from arts and culture, health and beauty, sports, fine dining and entertainment to name a few. More than 400,000 highly affluent readers regularly read South Jersey Magazine according to the Media Audit, a syndicated service of International Demographics.
About Bratton Law LLC
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Bratton Law LLC is a New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Florida law firm providing focused expertise, innovative thinking and unprecedented service. Their professionals have a diverse background that includes the representation of thousands of homeowners purchasing and selling homes, estate planning and administration, tax planning, elder law, life care planning, asset protection, business succession planning, commercial and residential real estate, and estate litigation. Bratton Law LLC offers five convenient locations in Haddonfield, Linwood, and Ewing NJ, Philadelphia, PA, and Ft. Lauderdale, FL.
For more information about Bratton Law LLC, visit rothamelbratton.com.
**This award nor the advertisement has been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey