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Blue Bell Full Service Law Firm

Helping businesspeople and professionals manage their legal needs in their personal and professional lives

Narducci, Moore, Fleisher, Roeberg & Wolfe, LLP is a full-service law firm serving businesses, individuals and families in the Philadelphia region. Our attorneys provide advice and representation across the spectrum of business law, including business entity formation, compliance, employment matters, and all manner of business transactions and corporate and commercial litigation. As a full-service general practice law firm, our caring and experienced lawyers are also there for our clients to meet their other legal needs, including estate planning and probate, divorce and family law, and business and consumer bankruptcy matters.

The firm is excited about the recent addition of Patrick J. Wolfe, Jr. as a named partner. Mr. Wolfe, focuses his practice on commercial litigation and serving as defense counsel for professionals, including lawyers, insurance brokers, accountants and other professionals both privately and through insurance companies.

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