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We help people and businesses throughout the Delaware Valley, including Montgomery, Bucks and Philadelphia Counties, Pennsylvania with skilled legal services related to real estate, bankruptcy, consumer protection, estate planning, and other legal issues. To learn more about us as attorneys, please use the links we have provided below to visit our attorney profiles. For other information, contact us directly via e-mail right now.

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Practice areas

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  1. Bankruptcy: 70%
  2. Litigation: 15%
  3. Probate: 5%
  4. Personal Injury: 5%
  5. Class Action: 5%

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  • Ronald Lee Burdge

    With decades of solid consumer protection law experience, helping people solve problems, if you have a question about any aspect of consumer protection, attorney McCullough is your answer. I recommend her to you.

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  • Paul H Young

    I endorse this lawyer. Great lawyer! Zealously represents all clients. Her knowledge in the field is top notch! Even better person.

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    Paul Young Social security Attorney
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Contact info

McCullough Eisenberg, L.L.C.

65 West Street Road
Suite A-204
Warminster, PA, 18974

McCullough Eisenberg LLC

65 W Street Rd Ste A204
Mccullough Eisenberg Llc
Warminster, PA, 18974-3229

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License
StateStatusAcquiredUpdated
PAActive198904/02/2016
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
PartnerMcCullough Eisenberg1994 - Present
Education
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Widener University School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor1989
University of DelawareN/ABA - Bachelor of Arts1986
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
18th Annual Bankruptcy InstituteHandling a Chapter 13 Case2013