George Tadross, founding member of Tadross Law, prides himself on serving his clientele with zealous representation and a singular focus on their needs. George takes a “holistic” approach to the law, and spends a great deal of time with each client to determine what their goals are, and how best to achieve them. George always listens to a client’s situation, delineates a specific course of action that is custom-tailored to the client, and then tenaciously puts the plan into action.
Knowing at an early age what he wanted to do, George started his legal career by attending Rutgers University in New Brunswick to obtain his undergraduate degree, where he graduated with honors at the top of his class, majoring in administration of justice and minoring in political science. While there, George had an active role in the Rutgers Office of Community Affairs, to help bring the vast resources of the university into the community.
After graduation, George went to Rutgers Law School to obtain his Juris Doctor (“J.D.”) degree with high honors. While there, George won the local moot court competition, honing his skills in trial advocacy and oral argument, further fortifying his litigation abilities. After getting his law degree, his tireless devotion to education led George to continue his instruction by attending Tulane School of Law in New Orleans, Louisiana to obtain his Masters of Law (“LL.M.”) degree - the highest degree attainable in the practice of law.
After graduating from Tulane with highest honors, George returned to the Philadelphia area and proudly represents debtors in a wide array of situations involving consumer finance. George understands that while creditors are always represented by (armies of) attorneys, the average debtor is not. It is an injustice that George seeks to remedy by trying to work with every client within their means. His firm’s motto that “creditors have their attorneys, and so should you” is not merely a catchy slogan. It is the very core of what George believes and provides the bedrock foundation of his firm’s creation.
- Tulane University School of Law, 2002
- - LL.M. (highest honors)
- Rutgers Law School, 2001
- - J.D. (high honors)
- Rutgers University, New Brunswick, 1997
- Major: B.S., Administration of Justice (high honors)
- Minor: Political Science
- Eastern District of Pennsylvania
- New Jersey
- District Court of New Jersey
- Enrolled Agent (EA) with the IRS
Areas of Practice:
- Chapter 7
- Chapter 13
- Foreclosure Defense
- Short Sales
- Loan Modifications
- Debt/Credit Card Settlement
- IRS Negotiations