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January 11, 2023 Aiden Murphy, Esq. Bankruptcy

The Automatic Stay and its Power Against Creditors

Filing a bankruptcy petition under any chapter of the Bankruptcy Code creates what is called an “automatic stay.” The automatic stay prevents creditors from taking action against a bankrupt...

December 20, 2022 David L. Stevens Bankruptcy, Consumer Bankruptcy

Biden Administration Changes Requirements for Student Loan Discharge in Bankruptcy

As we have previously discussed, certain debts are excepted from discharge, meaning a debtor will still be responsible for them after their bankruptcy is concluded. This includes debts incurred by...

December 9, 2022 Carlos Martinez Bankruptcy, Bankruptcy Cost

Considering Filing for Bankruptcy: Do’s and Don’ts

November 3, 2022 Carlos Martinez Bankruptcy, Chapter 13, Chapter 7, Chapter 11

Having Trouble Making Car Payments: Bankruptcy Can Help

According to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the average price consumers paid for new vehicles reached a record high of $48,182 and monthly payments are up 19% from 20211.  More...

October 24, 2022 David L. Stevens Bankruptcy

Fraud in Bankruptcy

In 2021, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) received 5.7 million total fraud and identity theft reports in 2021. 1.4 million of those were consumer identity theft cases. Together, $2.8 billion of...

October 14, 2022 Paul Evangelista Bankruptcy

Repossessed Vehicles and Using the Bankruptcy Process to Have Recently Repossesed Vehciles Returned

Many individuals have encountered instances when they cannot keep up with payments on their financed vehicles due to circumstances that impact their income or expenses.  When individuals cannot make...

October 10, 2022 Roshni Shah Bankruptcy, Business Bankruptcy, COVID-19

Forbearance and Deferment

Although it may seem that the financial hardship caused Covid-19 is slowly clearing and businesses are beginning to see their first positive financial gains since March 2020, a major financial...

October 10, 2022 Jamal Romero Bankruptcy, Business Bankruptcy, Credit

Life after Bankruptcy: How to Repair Your Credit

Perhaps the biggest misconception of filing for bankruptcy is how long it takes to rebuild your credit. The amount of time a bankruptcy stays on your credit report varies depending on the type of...

October 10, 2022 Jamal Romero Bankruptcy, Business Bankruptcy

Preferential Claims: Ordinary Course of Business Defense

The term “preference payment” in a bankruptcy context can come as a surprise to many unsuspecting creditors. Picture this, you’re a small business, and one of your customers (also a small business)...

October 7, 2022 John J. Scura III Bankruptcy

Eliminating or Voiding a Judgment Lien on Real Property in NJ: What is a Judgment Lien?

 

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