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Young Marr remains dedicated to our clients during this COVID-19 quarantine. We understand that legal needs of our clients must go on during this time. In order to minimize disruption as much as possible, we are offering free consultations via phone and/or video and can have our clients submit documents virtually.

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Will My Employer Find Out if I File Bankruptcy in Pennsylvania?

Filing for bankruptcy can be a scary process for many people. This is especially true for those who have never been part of one of these incredibly complex processes. Many people may worry they will lose everything they worked so hard to get, such as their employment....

Will I Lose My Home If I File Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Pennsylvania?

Bankruptcy has developed a nasty reputation, which is largely based on myths and misinformation. One of the most persistent (and harmful) bankruptcy myths is that you will automatically lose your home if you file for Chapter 7. While this is a possibility, the answer...

How Much Money Do You Have to Repay in Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

Anyone contemplating bankruptcy will want to know how their monthly payments will be calculated, who they are going to pay, and what their exact payment amount will be. At Young, Marr & Associates, our Pennsylvania and New Jersey bankruptcy attorneys understand...

Can I File Bankruptcy in Pennsylvania Because of COVID-19?

While the country is at a standstill, any financial strain you were experiencing prior to the COVID-19 outbreak is likely to increase. It is possible that you were contemplating or were in the midst of filing for personal bankruptcy when the crisis began. The United...

How Many Times Can You Claim Bankruptcy in Pennsylvania?

Financial hardship is hard to predict. You may take good care of your finances, and one bad break can turn it all upside down. For instance, there is no way to predict illness, a layoff, an accident, and other factor that can lead to financial strain. Bankruptcy often...

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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