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Bankruptcy Attorney Daniel Straffi Announces Plans to Expand Service Area in Lakehurst, New Jersey

Bankruptcy attorney Daniel Straffi of Straffi & Straffi Attorneys at Law has announced plans to expand their area of service to additional neighborhoods in Lakehurst, New Jersey. This expansion indicates a significant step in the firm’s commitment to providing comprehensive legal support to more residents within the borough.

Located in Ocean County, Lakehurst, New Jersey, is a community steeped in history and natural beauty. The small borough, known for its rich culture and geographic features, will be the focus of Straffi’s expansion plans. With its idyllic setting and unique attractions, Lakehurst’s neighborhoods represent an opportunity to bring legal services closer to the residents.

“Lakehurst, New Jersey is a wonderful community known for its commitment and resilience,” Straffi said. “The firm is excited about the opportunity to provide more residents with the legal support they require.”

Lakehurst is renowned for its Historical Museum, which acts as a treasure trove of local history. The museum, located in the heart of the borough, offers an educational experience that reveals the layers of stories this town holds. It provides insights into the infamous Hindenburg disaster, a significant event in the town’s history that is etched in the memories of the residents.

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Change Is On the Way. Law Firms Are Getting Ready

Faced with inflation, a looming recession and increased global regulation, law firms are looking at a lot of uncertainty. Even those still enjoying high demand for their services and basking in the increased profits and revenue they’ve experienced in the past year, know that change is likely on its way. So they are getting ready, taking steps they hope will insulate them from whatever is to come.

There are many ways to prepare for the big changes ahead but perhaps the most dramatic step a law firm has recently made took place last week in Australia. There, the fast-growing firm Wotten + Kearney, which specializes in insurance law, announced it is selling a 30% stake in the firm to a private equity company.

The law firm, which has 57 partners and more than 300 lawyers, wants to raise money to expand geographically—both in Australia and in Asia. It also wants to attract top talent, capture new market opportunities and invest in legal tech. It could have raised money by listing on a stock exchange—a move taken by other firms, both in the U.K. and in Australia. Or it could have pursued traditional financing. But instead, Wotten + Kearney did what

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