JEFFREY C. McCULLOUGH, ESQUIRE
Mr. McCullough has been practicing law in Bucks County for the past 30 years. He has a wide range of experience in many practice areas including business formation and consulting, civil litigation, Wills and estates and real estate transactions. Over this long period of time, he has developed a concentration on representing persons and small businesses facing debt problems. Mr. McCullough has extensive experience in the fields of bankruptcy, mortgage foreclosure defense, mortgage loan modifications, credit card, tax and other debt resolution.
His approach is to meet with a prospective client to gather information on that person’s entire financial circumstances and to then discuss options to deal with the entire scope of debts. He provides guidance on available options and what will be the best solution for that person’s particular set of circumstances.
Mr. McCullough grew up in Doylestown, graduated from Central Bucks West High School, Class of ’76 and went on to receive a Bachelor’s Degree in liberal arts from Penn State University in 1980. He was graduated cum laude from The Delaware Law School of Widener University in 1983. Upon graduation from law school, Mr. McCullough served as law clerk to Judge Edmund V. Ludwig of the Court of Common Pleas of Bucks County for one year and then for over two years as a law clerk to Justice James McDermott of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. He returned to the Central Bucks area in 1985 where he began working in private practices. The law firm of Bond & McCullough was formed in 1991 and has been serving individuals and small businesses of the area since that time.