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Carlos Martinez

Carlos Martinez
Carlos is first and foremost a father. Having been born in Lima, Peru and raised in the inner cities of Elizabeth, NJ, Carlos understands what it is like to fight for those people that cannot represent themselves. Carlos has made it his commitment to supply his clients with personalized attention, comprehensive advice and sound legal strategies. Carlos is fluent in Spanish and has dedicated himself to bringing awareness on how our bankruptcy laws can help those in difficult situations.

Recent Posts

When Is it Time to Consider Filing for Bankruptcy?

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Considering filing for bankruptcy is never easy, in fact, it will probably be one of the most difficult financial decisions that one will make. Nevertheless, once the decision is made and people begin to experience the relief that bankruptcy provides, they see what it’s like to have a financial fresh start and a stress free life. But, when should one begin to consider filing for bankruptcy? If you’re unsure, here are some signs that will help you decide on whether maybe it is time to consider filing for bankruptcy.

New Jersey Loan Modification vs. Bankruptcy Court’s Loss Mitigation Program

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After the market crash of 2008, 2.6 million Americans lost their jobs, and 1.2 million properties were foreclosed in 2009 due to the recession. As a result, many of the mortgage lenders that accepted the government bail-out money were forced to offer loan modification assistance programs to help homeowners catch up on their mortgage arrears in an effort to avoid foreclosure.  

Mortgage lenders to the rescue, right? Unfortunately, oftentimes theories don’t work as well in practice. The influx of loan modification applications inundated the offices of ill-prepared and understaffed mortgage lenders, causing most applications to be denied or overlooked without even being properly reviewed. The failure of these loan modification programs, coupled with loan modification scams, only perpetuated the increasing foreclosure rates. But Why?

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