New Jersey Bankruptcy Discharge Lawyer
The discharge of debts is the final step in every bankruptcy proceeding. Once a debt has been discharged, you will no longer have any personal responsibility for it, regardless of whether it was repaid in full as part of the bankruptcy. For the purposes of your bankruptcy, it is considered paid in full and should show up as such on your credit report.
There are a number of key issues that may need to be addressed after you receive your bankruptcy discharge, including the monitoring of your credit report and dealing with bill collectors calling on a debt that has already been discharged. These issues can sometimes lead to complex legal disputes that require the attention of your bankruptcy attorney.
I am New Jersey bankruptcy discharge attorney Joel R. Spivack. I have been serving the debt relief needs of people in this region for more than 25 years, and I pride myself on the start-to-finish service I provide to every client. Where some lawyers might end the relationship when you receive your discharge, I help you with any issue that arises down the road.
Even if I was not the attorney who handled your initial bankruptcy, I remain committed to seeing that your rights are protected after you have received your discharge. If you continue to be harassed for repayment of the debt, I can help you take the necessary steps to end it. If you need to dispute an item that has not been removed from your credit report, I have the experience to ensure compliance with the discharge.
Discuss Your Case with a Camden County Debt Discharge Attorney
Contact my office today to schedule a face-to-face consultation at my Cherry Hill law office. My regular business hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Free parking is available. You can reach me by phone at 856-861-6203 or toll free at 866-488-2196. You can also contact me via e-mail.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.