Can You File Bankruptcy on Funeral Expenses in PA or NJ?

Dealing with the death of a loved one can be a traumatizing experience. This experience can be even more stressful if you are unable to pay the costs to bury your loved one. A funeral can cost a person an average of about $7,000, which can be difficult to pay if you...

Can I File Bankruptcy in PA or NJ if I’m Not Behind on My Bills?

When faced with the possibility that you may need to file for bankruptcy, you should choose to file sooner rather than later. Waiting until you are behind on your bills to file for bankruptcy could be a mistake that you may come to regret in the future. If you or a...

Does Bankruptcy Stop Foreclosure in New Jersey?

The possibility of losing your home in foreclosure is enough to make any person extremely upset and stressed. However, if you believe that you cannot cure the default of your mortgage, you may have the ability to file for bankruptcy to save your home. While filing for...

What is the Look Back Period on a New Jersey Bankruptcy?

A common misconception about bankruptcy is the idea that transferring the title of an asset to another person will protect it from repossession or from being sold to pay for outstanding debts. Under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code, there is a provision known as the...

Do I Need to Go to Court If I File for Bankruptcy in Pennsylvania?

If you are contemplating filing for bankruptcy in Pennsylvania, you don’t have to worry that going to court will consume much of your time. Laws of civil procedure govern bankruptcy filings in different ways than traditional civil cases. The U.S. Bankruptcy Code...

Can I Keep My Car If I File Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Pennsylvania?

Filing for bankruptcy can be a frightening proposition if you’re concerned about the future of your personal property. You may be most concerned about whether you’ll be able to keep your car. Skilled bankruptcy attorneys get this question all the time. And as we try...

Have You:

Been paying credit card balances that seem to never go down?

Lost your job and are now having trouble keeping up?

Attempted to work out a payment arrangement to no avail?

Been notified of a mortgage foreclosure action?

Been denied for a mortgage or other line of credit?

If the answer to any of these questions is “yes” then bankruptcy may be an option that you should consider.

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