Welcome to our firm!Â We put clients first in every aspect of our work.Â We will help you to resolve your legal matter in the least painful way possible.Â Our experience is your advantage.Â Our attorneys know the importance of family, and we work to make sure that the decisions that are reached are best for our clients and their families.
If you have an issue such as
Starting a new business
Applying for a business loan
Filing for bankruptcy or
Getting a divorce or filing for a change in custody,
we can help you.Â It is important to us that our clients understand the impact of the decisions that they are making.Â A wrong decision for you is a wrong decision for us.Â Let us work with you to resolve your legal issues.
The law firm of Nahrgang & Associates, P.C. is here to assist you and your family with your legal needs.
We have helped clients statewide achieve their goals.Â We have a well-deserved, hard-earned reputation for quality.Â We don't fit the traditional law firm model - instead, you will find we are compassionate listeners in a family-friendly environment.Â So many legal problems touch on the welfare of the family that it is essential for a lawyer to consider all the ramifications of legal actions and to work with the client closely to achieve the best possible outcome.Â We strive to make our clients comfortable and work hard at achieving good results for you.Â Find out why our clients refer their friends and families to us.
35 Evansburg Road
Collegeville PA 19426
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