Ohio Municipal Lawyers
Credentials: Editor of Law Review in Ivy League Law School; trained in the large corporate law firms.
substantial injuries, civil litigation, nursing home negligence, dog bites, accidents (motor vehicle, motorcycle, truck, train, bicycles, etc), business law, municipal bonds, commercial transactions, real estate.
Schroder is the owner of the Schroeder Law Group, a law firm with offices in Sardinia, Ohio, Hammonton and Egg Harbor City, New Jersey. He is a seasoned Land Use Attorney, licensed New Jersey realtor specializing in properties over 500K and commercial properties and a former Atlantic County Property Tax Board Commissioner. He...
Carin has a highly unique and coveted skill set, as she has experience over a broad range of complex matters affecting both corporate and individual...
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