Bankruptcy is generally an opportunity for people to have a fresh start financially. However, certain debts may persist even though a bankruptcy. For instance, an individual owing debt, also called a debtor, may still have to pay back debts for secured loans such as for a car or a house. Of course, in those situations, the debtor would still get the use of the car or home.
Do You Have Too Much Debt? We Can Help
If you’re reading this – then you are probably considering whether to file for bankruptcy. You probably have a lot of questions like how bankruptcy can help you get a fresh financial start, how long will it take, and how much does it cost. You are most likely stressed out because creditors continuesly calling your phone. You may be so tense you are unable to open up your mail because you can’t stand to look at the balance you owe to your creditors. As a bankruptcy attorney , let me tell you that I am here to help put an end to your worrying, by erasing your debts in bankruptcy.
We speak with clients daily who are burdened with debt, credit card bills, medical debts, repossessions, bad credit, credit report,secured debt, unsecured debt, proceedings or foreclosure. We are able to give each client a fresh financial start through bankruptcy. Whether it means that we are wiping out our clients credit card debt or medical bills or saving their home that is in foreclosure, we are able to help almost every client overcome their financial situation and make things better. As a bankruptcy lawyer, we offer an in-person or over the phone consultation where we sit down with you and help you chart the road to a fresh financial future. Take back your life now and call us to schedule an appointment at (908) 469 0347
We are conveiniently located at 2810 Morris Avenue, Union, NJ and 1812 Front Street, Scotch Plains, NJ. From these locations, we proudly serve clients throughout Central and Northern New Jersey. We represent clients in Union, Essex, Middlesex, Somerset, Passaic and Hudson Counties. Below is a list of some of the New Jersey cities and towns our clients come from.
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If you follow the news, you may recall the recent municipal bankruptcy of Detroit, Michigan. In the case of Detroit, the city’s government ran out of money for several reasons. First, the city lost about a quarter of its population in just over a decade. Second, the residents who remained in the city were often unemployed or underemployed, which only further stressed the city’s treasury. Third, the values of homes took a nosedive so the city had less revenue to collect. Finally, the city was poorly managed for years, leading to the government wasting money or simply mismanaging its finances for decades.
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