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Richard M. Squire & Associates, LLC Announces Expansion

Richard M. Squire & Associates, a Jenkintown, Pennsylvania based end-to-end mortgage default services law firm, announced its expansion into New Jersey. The firm, which brands itself as “smaller than some but second to none”, holds key business values such as “integrity, client satisfaction, and results.” The statement expressed the company’s excitement to now have a multi-state footprint with operations throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

“We are thrilled to be able to provide client-focused representation in the State of New Jersey to our present and prospective clients,” the statement said. “Our services will be available state-wide and will adhere to our existing Pennsylvania standards of excellence.”

The firm’s representation encompasses all areas of creditor’s rights, including residential and commercial mortgage foreclosures, loss mitigation, bankruptcies, evictions, title curative, replevins/repossessions, settlement management, REO closings, and debt collection. As a qualified small business, the firm is authorized to work on federal contracts allowing clients to be compliant with the set-aside requirements for Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae, Ginnie Mae, FHA, USDA, and VA. The firm is also a member of the Legal League 100, the premier professional association of financial services law firms in the United States.

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