About Us

I. Dominic Simeone, Esquire

I. Dominic Simeone, Esquire, primarily handles real estate, mortgage and tax sale foreclosures, complex litigation and estate matters.

Dominic has conducted hundreds of commercial and residential real estate closings. He represents buyers and sellers, as well as client’s interest in complex real estate litigation. Mr. Simeone has handled dozens of construction litigation cases as both plaintiff and defense counsel. Many of his real estate matters involve land use, condemnation, and environmental issues. He has served as legal counsel to building contractors, developers, shopping center owners, apartment complex owners, homeowners’ associations and other real estate investors and professionals.

Dominic also specializes in the area of mortgage and tax sale foreclosures. He represents lenders, institutional and private investors in residential and commercial foreclosures, tax sale foreclosures, court sponsored mediations and modifications. Mr. Simeone has successfully completed hundreds of foreclosures for his clients throughout the State of New Jersey.

Dominic is also a trial attorney who has tried numerous cases and has reported cases in the Federal District Courts. He has successfully brought cases against several State, County and Local Government entities. He was the major force in the highly publicized condemnation and relocation case involving the Pennsauken Mart. In the Pennsauken Mart matter, Dominic represented dozens of mart merchants being displaced by the Camden County Improvement Authority’s redevelopment project and condemnation of the site. As a result of his zealous representation, he successfully obtained relocation reestablishment benefits in excess of those offered and provided by current relocation law. Mr. Simeone has also been interviewed by numerous newspaper publications for his work on behalf of his clients in the Pennsauken Mart case.

In addition, Dominic practices in the area of wills, trusts, and estates and has been a Court Appointed Administrator in several probate matters. He has also litigated several estate claims, will contests and challenges to estate administration. He handles estate matters in all counties and has assisted dozens of parties in the probate process to resolve estate issues so that the proper administration of the estate is achieved.

Dominic graduated from Rutgers University, Camden, New Jersey with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science. He received his Juris Doctorate from the University of Dayton School of Law, Dayton, Ohio. He is currently licensed to practice in the State and Supreme Courts of New Jersey and the Pennsylvania, U.S. District Court of New Jersey, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit and the United States Supreme Court. He is a member of the New Jersey State Bar Association and a member of its Real Estate, Probate and Trust section, and its Common Ownership Interests Committee, the Camden County Bar Association and its Probate and Real Estate section, as well as a member of the Trial Lawyers of America and the Community Associations Institute.

Kenneth E. Raynor, Esquire

Kenneth E. Raynor, Esquire, has been practicing for over seventeen years in the South Jersey area and has extensive experience in estate litigation, planning and administration. In the estate litigation field, Kenneth distinguishes himself by utilizing a full array of discovery techniques to develop the underlying legal claims while preventing the dissipation of disputed assets. In the estate planning context, Kenneth endeavors to build a relationship with his clients so that an estate plan can be tailored to their specific needs. Furthermore, he utilizes his knowledge and experience as an estate litigator to craft estate plans which attempt to reduce the potential for fraud, undue influence and other issues which can often arise as a result of improper planning.

With respect to estate administration and probate, Kenneth, also tries to tailor his services to his clients’ needs. He understands that the passing of a loved one can have a tremendous impact upon family members and those responsible for administering the estate. For those individuals who are comfortable in handling some of the estate’s affairs, he will serve in a more limited capacity, however, where necessary, he will guide clients every step of the way.

Kenneth has a master’s in law, commonly known an LL.M in Tax from Temple Law School. While attending his master’s program, Kenneth focused on estate and corporate tax issues. He received his Juris Doctorate from Rutgers University where he also received bachelors’ degrees in English and Accounting. He is admitted to practice in the United States Tax Court and both the federal and state courts in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. He is an active member of the Burlington County and State Bar Associations.

Bryan T. Eggert, Esquire

Bryan T. Eggert, Esquire, has been practicing for over six years in South Jersey with his entire practice being devoted to trial and litigation. Prior to joining the firm, Bryan handled criminal, municipal, and matrimonial matters throughout the region. He has appeared in hundreds of municipal court and Superior Court matters and obtained successful results for his clients. Bryan has also handled contested family disputes involving domestic violence, child custody, child support, equitable distribution and alimony. Through Bryan’s practice in these areas, he has developed an understanding of the challenges clients face when they are litigating very personal matters. Bryan brings that understanding to his current litigation practice.

Bryan attended college at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He graduated with a Bachelor of the Arts Degree in three and a half years with a double major of history and philosophy. After college in North Carolina, he returned to South Jersey and attended Rutgers University, School of Law-Camden, where he graduated with honors. After law school, Bryan served as the judicial law clerk to Honorable Mark H. Sandson, J.S.C., who was assigned to the Family Part of the Superior Court. He is admitted to the bar of the State of New Jersey, Federal District of New Jersey, and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.


Steven C. Hordis, Esquire, has been practicing for over seven years as an attorney in the State of New Jersey. Prior to joining the firm, Steve practiced in the areas of Commercial Litigation (including contract disputes, construction defect suits and commercial leases); Workers’ Compensation; Bankruptcy; Collections; Landlord/Tenant; Personal Injury and Social Security Disability. While practicing law, he appeared in various courts throughout South Jersey, including Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, and Salem Counties, where he honed his litigation skills.

Steve attended college at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, earning a Bachelor of Jazz Performance. After several years as a musician and educator, Steve attained his Juris Doctorate/Master of Business Administration dual degree at Rutgers University, School of Law/ School of Business-Camden, where he graduated with honors. In addition to his busy court schedule, Steve has also been pursuing his Master of Law, commonly known as an LL.M, in Taxation from Temple University Law School, and has obtained his Certificate in Estate Planning from Temple. Steve is admitted in the State of New Jersey, Federal District Court of New Jersey, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and the Federal Court of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Steve’s area of practice at Simeone & Raynor includes estate planning, estate administration, estate litigation and condo association services.

Nancy Z. Seldomridge, NJCP

Nancy Z. Seldomridge, NJCP (New Jersey Certified Paralegal) is a Senior Paralegal at Simeone & Raynor, LLC. She graduated summa cum laude from the American Bar Association approved paralegal program at Burlington County College in 1992. While at Burlington County College, Ms. Seldomridge was inducted into Phi Theta Kappa, the honor society for two year colleges, and served as the student liaison to the paralegal curriculum advisory board and was named paralegal student of the year in her final year.

Nancy has spent the last twenty seven years in the practice of condominium, homeowner and community association law, collections, general litigation and tax sale certificate foreclosures.

Nancy is a member of the South Jersey Paralegal Association and frequently attends continuing legal education seminars to keep current in new developments in the law and court procedures.