Atlantic City is Las Vegas of the East Coast, but with the unfortunate closing of the Revel Casino, many in the area are struggling. With layoffs hitting AC hard, debts can spiral out of control quickly and leave you feeling like you have nowhere to turn. We know how difficult it is to deal with debt. We understand the stress and anxiety of dealing with angry creditors and debt collectors. At Jenkins & Clayman, we want to help you through your financial difficulties with as little trouble as possible. We don’t just care about your debts – we care about you.
We have decades of experience dealing with every aspect of consumer credit and debt. We can help you avoid foreclosure, wage garnishment, repossession, and other collection actions. We’ll work with you to reach the outcome you want – getting rid of your debt while protecting the things that matter most to you. Visit us in Atlantic City or one of our other 4 convenient locations in South Jersey for a free consultation. Our Atlantic City office is at the intersection of Atlantic Avenue and N. Mansion Avenue. We’re ready to help.
Atlantic City Office
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Atlantic City Local Information
Atlantic City, in Atlantic County, is home to 40,000 people and the annual Miss America pageant. Famous for its casinos and beautiful boardwalk, Atlantic City was the original inspiration for the popular Monopoly board game. It’s also the subject of HBO’s Boardwalk Empire, which dramatizes Prohibition-era Atlantic City. Atlantic City is bordered by Pleasantville Ventnor, Ocean City, and Somers Point. Black Horse Pike, White Horse Pike, and the Atlantic City Expressway all run through the town.
When you visit our Atlantic City office, you can get a bite to eat just a couple of blocks away at the Atlantic City Bar & Grill. Also check out the Boneyard Bar & Grill just around the corner on S. Virginia Ave. The Tanger Outlet Mall; it’s just a 10 minute walk away from our office down Atlantic Ave. If you head for the boardwalk, the Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum is just 10 minutes away as well. Fifteen minutes in the other direction, you can see the historic Absecon Lighthouse, the 3rd tallest lighthouse in the country. Just up New Hampshire Avenue from the lighthouse, you can visit the Atlantic City Aquarium. Around the aquarium, you’ll find waterfront shops and dining, a recreational marina offering boat rides, fishing docks, and more.