Attorneys John D. Rothamel, Charles C. Bratton, II and the lawyers and professionals at Rothamel Bratton proudly represent the residents in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Florida, while continually striving to hold true to the Rothamel Bratton firm’s motto in each facet of business.
“Focused Expertise. Innovative Thinking. Unprecedented Service.”
Charles is a founding member of Rothamel Bratton, LLC and practices estate planning and administration, elder law, and disability planning with the firm which has locations in Haddonfield NJ, Lawrenceville, NJ, Philadelphia Pa, and Fort Lauderdale, FL.
John is considered a foremost authority in residential real estate law and commercial real estate law, and has recently earned considerable recognition regarding his skills and experience handling short sale negotiations on behalf of homeowners.
Justin L. Scott Esq., partner attorney of Rothamel Bratton, LLC, focuses exclusively in the areas of elder law, life care planning, estate planning, asset protection and estate administration.
Prior to joining Rothamel Bratton, John Carleton gained valuable experience working for a civil litigation firm for 11 years – six years as a law clerk and more than five years as an attorney. He has handled more than 100 depositions and has been a part of multiple million dollar cases.
Brittany concentrates in the areas of estate planning, elder law and estate administration. She also has extensive experience in family law, litigation matters and bankruptcy law.
Anne Markel-Crozier, BSW, CSW, brings over 25 years of experience to her position as elder care coordinator at Rothamel Bratton. The highly skilled social worker has been an advocate at every point of elder care – from the first steps of life care planning to hospice.
Ms. Jochym comes to Rothamel Bratton with significant experience in the senior community. She is passionate about ensuring the highest quality of life for older residents of New Jersey and Pennsylvania, believing wholeheartedly that life care planning is an essential part of preparing for the future.
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