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Serving Gloucester, Salem, Cumberland and Camden County residents for over 29 years.

Directions to our office are provided below.

Located at:
1534 Kings Highway
Swedesboro, NJ 08085
(856) 467-5392

You can simply complete our contact form (shown below) to send us a message immediately, or email us at info@adamsadamslaw.com.

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Click the map to visit Google for Directions (from anywhere).

Or, you can simply follow the directions (provided below) to our office:

From 295 South:
Take 295 South to Exit 14 Repaupo. At the end of the Exit ramp, make a left. Proceed to the first intersection. On your left is the Repaupo fire house. Make a right. Stay straight on Swedesboro-Paulsboro Road until you dead end into a T, this is a juncture with Kings Highway. Make a right onto Kings Highway. Continue on Kings Highway through town until the road splits into a V. Keep to your left. This is the continuation of Kings Highway. We are approximately one block up on the left hand side.

From 295 North:
295 North to Exit 10 Swedesboro. Make a right off of the exit ramp. This is Center Square Road. Stay straight onto Center Square Road until it dead ends into a T. The road in front of you is Kings Highway. Make a left onto Kings Highway. You will enter the town of Swedesboro. Continue towards the center of town. The office is a large white Victorian on the right.

From NJ Turnpike:
Take the NJ Turnpike to exit 2. Make a left onto 322 West. Stay straight until you get to the intersection of 322 and Kings Highway. This intersection is controlled by a traffic light (a short distance). On the corner is the Kingsway High School. Turn left onto Kings Highway. Stay straight. In the center of town you will come to a five point intersection. The road you are on splits into a “V”. Take the left spoke of the V. This is the continuation of Kings Highway. We are on the left.

Our firm provides a wide range of services including the following areas:

  • Family Law:   Divorce, adoption, custody, name changes, domestic violence, visitation and support.
  • Real Estate:   Sales and purchases; leasing; Zoning and Planning representation; land Development
  • Commercial:   New business acquisition, corporate and business representation, and Contracts.
  • Estates:   Wills, Powers of Attorney, Living Wills, Estate Administration