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A Rich History of 150+ Years Serving You
We Work For Your Best Interests
Over a Century of Legal Expertise
Whether you’re undergoing a divorce, creating a will, suffering the effects of a car accident, or dealing with land disputes, you need an experienced attorney on your side who can act in your best interests. The law office of Mogel, Speidel, Bobb & Kershner has provided skilled, reliable legal services for those in Berks County and surrounding areas for over 150 years. Our main office is located in Reading, PA, and we have two additional offices in Womelsdorf and Douglassville.
Skilled Attorneys Meeting Your Legal Needs
Our areas of practice include:
Commercial, Banking, and Business Law
Wills, Trust Administration, and Powers of Attorney
Estate Planning, Probate, and Estate Administration
Family Law: Divorce, Child Custody, and Child Support
Real Estate, Land Use, and Development
Personal Injury, Car Accident, and Motorcycle Accident Litigation
Taxation: Personal, Corporate, and Estate Taxes
Municipal Law and Local Government
Employment Law, Discrimination, and Workers Compensation
Frederick R. Mogel
Born in West Reading, Pennsylvania, March 16, 1955, Mr. Mogel is a lifelong resident of Berks County. He was awarded a B.A. in 1977 by Syracuse University and a J.D. in 1980 by the Delaware Law School at Widener University (now Widener University School of Law). He was admitted to the Bar in 1980. Mr. Mogel practices primarily in the areas of family law, residential and commercial real estate law, mortgage foreclosure, zoning, and land use law. Mr. Mogel is an AV-rated attorney.
Stephen H. Price
Born in Scranton, Pennsylvania, February 18, 1962, Mr. Price graduated from Franklin and Marshall College in 1984 with a B.A. in Government. He was awarded a J.D. in 1990 by The Dickinson School of Law. He was admitted to the Bar in 1990. Mr. Price is active in local clubs and is a member of the Wernersville Borough Council. Mr. Price practices in the areas of general civil litigation, municipal law, real property, and probate.
Mr. Price currently serves on the YMCA corporate and Central Branch boards. He previously served on the boards of the American Red Cross and the Spanish Speaking Council of Reading & Berks County. Mr. Price lives with his family in Wernersville.
Mark E. Zimmer
Born in Rochester, New York, October 29, 1973, Mr. Zimmer graduated magna cum laude from Cabrini College in 1996 with a B.A. in Psychology and in 1998 graduated from Temple University with an M. Ed. in Counseling Psychology. In 2001, Mr. Zimmer was awarded a J.D. from Rutgers University School of Law. He was admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar in October 2001, and the New Jersey Bar in November 2001. He practices in the areas of family law, adoption, general litigation, employment law, estate planning, and corporate law. In addition to being admitted to practice in the State of Pennsylvania, Mr. Zimmer is also admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of New Jersey.
Mr. Zimmer is a court-appointed custody mediator and a civil litigation arbitrator. He is the chair of the Berks County Bar Family Law Section as well as Law Day Committee. He has sat on subcommittees of the Berks County Bar Association and presented legal education seminars to the Bar. Mr. Zimmer served on the board of the Family Guidance Center, and he is the former Chairman of the Western District Berks County Republican Committee. Mr. Zimmer recently provided editorial assistance by evaluating the legal points of Dr. Brenda Russell’s new book, The Battered Woman’s Syndrome in the Courts, a textbook on domestic violence to be used in both law schools and other graduate programs. Dr. Russell is an Associate Professor in Applied Psychology and Coordinator of the Applied Psychology Program at Penn State University’s Berks campus. McFarland & Company published the book in late 2010. Mr. Zimmer resides with his family in Spring Township.
Jesse A. Kammerdeiner
Born in Butler, Pennsylvania, March 14, 1982, Mr. Kammerdeiner graduated from The Pennsylvania State University in 2005 with a B.S. in Information Sciences and Technology. He was awarded a J.D. in 2009 from The University of North Carolina School of Law. Mr. Kammerdeiner was admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar in October 2009. He practices in the areas of estate planning and administration, family law, general civil litigation, and corporate and municipal law. Mr. Kammerdeiner was formerly a legal intern with the Southern Coalition for Social Justice in Durham, NC, and a legal assistant and law clerk with the firm of Armstrong & Armstrong in Smithfield, NC.
Mr. Kammerdeiner maintains a Douglassville office on Tuesday afternoons and evenings.
Graziella M. Sarno
Born in Reading, Pennsylvania in September, 1971, Ms. Sarno is a lifelong resident of Berks County. She graduated cum laude from Duquesne University in 1993 with a BA in English and Political Science. She was awarded a J.D. in 1996 from The Dickinson School of Law.
Ms. Sarno spent 20 years of her legal career as a Staff Attorney for Berks Women in Crisis/SafeBerks. Ms. Sarno practices primarily in the areas of family law, wills and estates and general civil litigation.
Paul R. Ober
Mr. Ober has been practicing law for 46 years, initially with Edelman, Schaeffer, Saylor, Readinger and Poore and then at Paul R. Ober & Associates. He began practicing in 1973 after graduation from the University of Pittsburgh, Gannon College and Dickinson School of Law (after being drafted out of law
school and serving in the United States Army for two years). His practice was and is focused on municipal law, estate planning and administration, corporate mergers and acquisitions and general corporate representation. In July 2016, Paul R. Ober & Associates merged with Mogel, Speidel, Bobb & Kershner and Mr. Ober became Of Counsel to the Mogel firm.
Mr. Ober has practiced law in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia. He remains active on various committees at the state level of the Pennsylvania Bar Association, as well as the Berks County Bar Association.
In his off-time, Mr. Ober owns and operates a crop farm of approximately 500 acres, raises Tennessee Walking Horses and raises,trains and competes with Field Irish Setters on a national and international level.