About The Firm
Since its formation in 1930 by Benjamin Asbell, Asbell & Eutsler, P.A. has distinguished itself through its dedication to its clients, the community and the Camden County Bar Association. The firm took root at Sixth and Cooper Streets in Camden City, the birth city of the present partners who were all raised in and continue to live in Camden County. Over the years, the firm had offices in Haddonfield, Collingswood and Cherry Hill. In 2004, the firm moved to its present offices. The building was formerly a residence and the partners have maintained the atmosphere and feeling of “home” for the comfort of their clients and staff.
Ben, who died in 1986, served as Acting Prosecutor of Camden County and his son, Sam, followed in his footsteps, serving as Prosecutor. Sam joined the firm in 1969 and Brenda Lee Eutsler joined in 1999. Brenda came to the firm with stellar credentials, having worked for many years as a contract paralegal in the areas of estates and probate. She also had served as Deputy Surrogate of Camden County.
Ben’s record of being the youngest President of the Camden County Bar Association at age 41 was broken when his son, Sam, became President in 1983 at age 40. Brenda served as President of the Camden County Bar Association (2012 to 2013) and currently serves as President of the Camden County Bar Foundation. She served for ten years as Co-Chair of the Association's Probate & Trust Committee and Public Benefits Committee and of the Camden County Bar Foundation’s annual golf tournament.
Sam and Brenda have served as panelists for seminars given by county bar associations and the New Jersey State Bar Association's educational arm, NJ-ICLE. Brenda is also an adjunct professor at Rutgers University School of Law-Camden.
In their spare time, Sam and Brenda are active in charitable causes and community events. For recreation and relaxation, Sam enjoys biking and running and Brenda plays golf. The partners' diverse interests enhance the services they provide to their clients.