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March 29, 2024 Aiden Murphy, Esq. Bankruptcy

How Bankruptcy Interacts With Other Legal Issues

Attorneys generally specialize in specific areas of law, such as bankruptcy. In fact, a lawyer is normally required under the rules of professional responsibility to refer clients out when the...

February 1, 2024 David L. Stevens Bankruptcy

Notice Requirements in Bankrupcty

January 30, 2024 Aiden Murphy, Esq. Bankruptcy, Debt Management

TAKING ON DEBT AFTER FILING FOR BANKRUPTCY

Bankruptcy is a process designed to allow a debtor to obtain a fresh start through discharge of certain debts. When a debtor files for bankruptcy, they’re granted the protection of the automatic...

November 2, 2023 David L. Stevens Bankruptcy, Business Bankruptcy

Merchant Cash Advance in Bankruptcy in NJ

Merchant cash advances can provide an easy solution to a small business’s cash flow problem. However, these types of loans are often seen as predatory and, in some states, usury. While it can be a...

November 2, 2023 Paul Evangelista Bankruptcy

Do you need a social security number or other tax identification to file bankruptcy?

All United States citizens can request a Social Security Number, as well as some noncitizens that work or attend school who are authorized by the Dept of Homeland Security. In some cases, even those...

October 10, 2023 Scura Law Firm Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy & Divorce: Protecting Your Financial Interests

As a bankruptcy attorney, I'm here to shed light on an often-overlooked aspect: Chapter 13 bankruptcy can offer unique benefits in discharging certain non-support obligations stemming from divorce,...

October 9, 2023 Scura Law Firm Bankruptcy, Chapter 7, Chapter 11, Business Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy Strategies: Choosing Between Chapter 7 vs. Chapter 11 for Your Business

October 4, 2023 Aiden Murphy, Esq. Bankruptcy

Priority of Claims in Bankruptcy

Filing for bankruptcy is often seen as a last resort for most people. The purpose of filing is to achieve a “fresh start” for the debtor, allowing them to pay back parts of their debt over the course...

September 29, 2023 David L. Stevens Bankruptcy, Consumer Bankruptcy

Understanding Involuntary Bankruptcy: A Guide for Debtors and Creditors

Bankruptcy is often used by both individuals and businesses to “wipe the slate clean” and get out from often crippling amounts of debt. Most bankruptcies filed are done so voluntarily by the debtor....

September 28, 2023 Jamal Romero Bankruptcy, Consumer Bankruptcy

Common Landlord Tenant Issues in NJ

The Pandemic and a slowing economy have left a lot of people with many questions and no answers pertaining to rental issues. If you are a landlord or tenant, the eviction process in New Jersey can be...

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