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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)...

September 19, 2022 David L. Stevens Bankruptcy, Business Bankruptcy, Business Law

Can a Foreign Citizen File Bankruptcy in the United States?

Internationally, the United States is looked at as a land of opportunities. Many come here seeking better business opportunities, educational benefits, or any other route to the American Dream....

June 16, 2022 David L. Stevens Bankruptcy, Business Bankruptcy, Business Law, Credit

What Happens When a Company Subject to a Collective Bargaining Agreement Declares Bankruptcy?

Under the bankruptcy code, a debtor my reject certain “executory contracts” as they can be considered liabilities to the estate. What this means is that a debtor may choose to assume, or reject,...

June 10, 2020 Scura Law Firm Chapter 13, Debt Management, Chapter 11, Business Bankruptcy

Stripping of IRS or State of New Jersey Tax Debt in Bankruptcy

Liens can be a complicated problem for many individuals dealing with heavy debt issues. A lien is a claim or legal right against assets, most often property or real estate, which are utilized as...

September 8, 2019 Guillermo J. Gonzalez Bankruptcy, Business Bankruptcy

Extending the Automatic Stay to Co-Debtors

The most beneficial protection provided to individuals and corporate entities filing during bankruptcy proceedings is the “automatic stay”. The automatic stay is immediately invoked upon the filing...

April 8, 2019 David L. Stevens Business Bankruptcy

Shutting the Doors of a Failing NJ Business and Walking Away

 Every day new companies open their doors, employ a workforce, and provide valuable services and products to help sustain our economy.  Clearly, not all businesses are successful, particularly small...

July 25, 2018 Scura Law Firm Chapter 11, Business Bankruptcy

Navigating a Chapter 11 Bankruptcy in New Jersey

Dealing with any type of financial challenges could be overwhelming, emotional and in some cases, embarrassing. With regards to business debt, our firm understands that business owners in New Jersey...

June 28, 2017 David L. Stevens Business Bankruptcy

When a Reorganized Debtor is Unable to Fulfill its Chapter 11 Plan Commitments

For a business to bring itself through a bankruptcy and end up as a reorganized debtor with a confirmed plan of reorganization is a great achievement. Confirmation can only be accomplished with...

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