Category Archives: Bankruptcy


After Bankruptcy, Use Your New Credit Card Wisely

George Santayana has often been quoted as saying, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” Perhaps there are few areas of life where this phrase can be more applicable than with a person who got in over their head financially, filed for bankruptcy, and is subsequently the proud owner of a……
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Choose the Most Experienced Bankruptcy Lawyer in South Jersey

So, you know you want to file for bankruptcy. You may even know all the benefits and pitfalls and are ready to get started down the path to your fresh, new financial start. However, if you are well informed, you should also know that bankruptcy is one thing you don’t want to go through alone…….
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Should I File For Bankruptcy?

If you are in over your head in debt, it’s likely that the idea of filing for bankruptcy protection has crossed your mind. In some situations, you don’t have many choices. In others, however, you may – at least temporarily – be able to convince creditors to extend your terms or some other compromise. After……
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Bankruptcy: A Good Step Toward a Fresh Financial Start

If you are in over your head financially, you are most certainly not alone. 2013 was a record year for personal bankruptcy filings in New Jersey. You may even know some people who are no longer receiving those harassing phone calls from creditors – because they decided to file for bankruptcy protection and are now……
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Underfunded Pensions in PA May Lead to Bankruptcy

Pennsylvania’s underfunded public pensions may soon become a nightmare for the Keystone State’s taxpayers, if it hasn’t already gotten there. Based on 2011 data accrued by the Pennsylvania Employee Retirement Commission, 573 of the state’s 1,218 municipalities have underfunded budgets, totaling more than a $6 billion deficit. In addition, two of the state’s pension plans……
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