Mr. Point has engaged in the private practice of law (with the firm of Acton and... more
Mr. Point has engaged in the private practice of law (with the firm of Acton and Point) for 45 years before joining the firm of Helmer, Conley Kasselman, P.A. on July 1, 2012. He has represented the Woodstown National Bank and Trust Company, the First National Bank of Elmer, the Borough of Woodstown and the Township of Pilesgrove. He served eleven years on the New Jersey Supreme Courts Distric... view profile
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