Agnes Mombrun is an experienced attorney admitted to practice law in Florida, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. Ms. Mombrun’s practice focuses on Estate Planning, Business Law, Debt Settlement and IRS Debt Relief. In her practice, Ms. Mombrun’s goal is to simplify the law and provide clients with the confidence and information necessary to make their decisions.
Ms. Mombrun's practice is virtual, meaning that her practice does not have a bricks-and-mortar office. Rather, she operates her practice from her home and satellite offices. She conducts consultations by phone, video conference, and is available to meet with clients by appointment only in her satellite offices.
Bachelor of Arts, Catholic University of America, 2005
Juris Doctorate, Florida Coastal School of Law, 2009
LL.M., Taxation, Villanova University School of Law, 2011
New Jersey, 2011
U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida
U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida
U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania
US Bankruptcy Court, Middle District of Florida
US Bankruptcy Court, Southern District of Florida
US Bankruptcy Court, District of New Jersey
US Bankruptcy Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania
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The first step of the process is to schedule a telephone conference to discuss the issue, gather information, and discuss rates for my services.
If customer decides to become a client, he will sign an agreement setting forth the services to be performed, fees, costs, and any other necessary information.
One a signed agreement is received and retainer, if applicable, is paid, we start working on the client's matter.
I am admitted to practice law in Florida, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.
Some of my services are on a flat fee basis. For others, I charge by the hour. My current hourly rate is $250.00 per hour.
I work with both individuals and businesses.
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