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December 26, 2012 Katherine Creenan Bankruptcy

Can I File for Consumer Bankruptcy Without My Spouse?

How Should Married Couples File Bankruptcy?

When filing for bankruptcy, most married couples file a joint petition but a joint filing is not required and both a husband and a wife can individually...

December 7, 2012 Katherine Creenan Bankruptcy

What Happens to My Cosigner If I File Bankruptcy in New Jersey?

I often meet both borrowers who wish to file bankruptcy and co-signers who wish to file for bankruptcy. What happens?

Outside of bankruptcy, the rule is that a co-signer can be held liable for any...

October 24, 2012 Katherine Creenan Bankruptcy

Filing Bankruptcy & Caring for Elderly Parents

Many people considering bankruptcy already support elderly parents, whether they reside in this country or another country. These people often fear that the bankruptcy court will not permit them to...

January 9, 2012 Katherine Creenan Employment Law, Bankruptcy

Is Pending Workers Comp Exempt in NJ Personal Bankruptcy

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