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You’re Not Alone
Hundreds of thousands of Americans, including consumers and business owners, file for bankruptcy each year. While many think this situation is the result of overspending, most cases are due to financial hardship such as job loss, costly medical bills, divorce, or a poor economy.
Everyone Deserves a Fresh Start
I’ve been practicing bankruptcy law in Burlington, New Jersey for over 33 years. With just one location, I can focus exclusively on helping my clients make their way not only through bankruptcy, but well past it. We will work together to explore all of your options and determine if bankruptcy is the right choice for you. The goal is to get you on the path to a new beginning.
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If you’re losing sleep, feeling scared or even embarrassed, let’s talk. There is life after bankruptcy and it starts here. My offices are located in downtown Burlington, near the Riverline train stop. I provide Saturday and evening hours as needed. I offer payment arrangements to fit your budget. Contact my office today at 609-386-8700.
Who can file for bankruptcy?
Generally, any one person, a couple or business can file bankruptcy. An attorney can help you with your first steps, and provide representation in court during the bankruptcy process.
Will bankruptcy affect my financial record? If so, how?
Bankruptcies remain on credit reports for 10 years. An attorney can discuss circumstances that might be affected by your bankruptcy. For the most part, people who file bankruptcy are back on their feet and in better financial standing than without it.
Does bankruptcy filing affect my ability to apply for credit later?
Bankruptcy will never prohibit you from filing for future credit. Typically, our clients can expect to obtain credit 1-2 years after discharge.
What do I need to file for bankruptcy? Where do I start?
Individuals who want to file for bankruptcy should gather a list of past and present debts, as well as any assets or liabilities they currently have. Taxes, debts, fines or penalties, loans, etc. should also be included in this list.