Glassboro, New Jersey Bankruptcy Lawyers
The Hoffman DiMuzio bankruptcy attorneys that serve Glassboro, NJ provide advice to those who need to reorganize or liquidate in order to resolve financial issues.
Sometimes, an individual or business cannot avoid financial problems. Personal Illness or that of a loved one, the loss of a job or business income due to the economy, or a major life event such as divorce or death of a family member, all may contribute to being financially underwater. While it may seem like there's no end to financial problems, the firm can help individuals and businesses get out of a bad situation, including keeping a home.
Chapter 13 Attorneys in Glassboro, New Jersey
If a person wants to keep most or all of his or her property and personal items, and that person qualifies, he or she could opt to file Chapter 13 reorganization bankruptcy.
When an individual files Chapter 13, he or she must have the available income to pay a percentage of debts. However, an individual has a chance to keep his or her home, vehicle and most, if not all, personal belongings. The person filing Chapter 13 will need to have the ability to pay the mortgage every month. It is sometimes possible to include the arrearage as part of the bankruptcy settlement payments, too.
Chapter 7 Attorneys in Glassboro, New Jersey
When an individual doesn't qualify for Chapter 13 reorganization, he or she could file Chapter 7 liquidation. A person that files Chapter 7 is still able to keep some possessions. However, some of them are used to pay a portion of what is owed to creditors. Filing Chapter 7 is ideal when the filer has taken a severe cut in pay or a loved one is no longer able to contribute to the financial well-being of the family.
When you are ready to file bankruptcy, call on Hoffman DiMuzio attorneys to set up a consultation. With 5 Gloucester county offices, plus one in Philadelphia, we’ll meet you at a location that is convenient for you.
Help expedite the process by having financial documents ready when you come in for your consultation. These documents include:
- Pay stubs;
- Tax returns for 3 to 5 years;
- Retirement account statements;
- Credit card statements with the most current amount due;
- Mortgage statements with the most current amount due;
- Loan statements with the most current amount due; and
- A list of your assets and the current value of each asset, just to name a few.
You'll need all of this to complete the financial schedules required by the bankruptcy court.
Meet With A Glassboro, NJ Bankruptcy Lawyer
If you have further questions or are ready to schedule an appointment with a local bankruptcy attorney with The Law Offices Of Hoffman DiMuzio, please call 856-637-3000 to schedule an appointment.
Our attorneys will be happy to meet with you at any one of our six convenient office locations.
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