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Can You File Bankruptcy to Clear Court Fines?

Can You File Bankruptcy to Clear Court Fines? Bankruptcy gives a fresh start to individuals underwater with their debts, but not all debts can be discharged through filing a bankruptcy.  Attorney Joel R. Spivack has extensive bankruptcy law experience and can help you understand whether your court fines are dischargeable under the Bankruptcy Code. Can……
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What Happens to Your Mortgage if You File Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy can help you recover from your debt, but you’ll still have to make your mortgage payments. An attorney at The Law Office of Joel R. Spivack can explain how the bankruptcy laws affect your home mortgage. If you’re unable to keep up with your mortgage payments, filing for bankruptcy can offer relief from debt……
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I’m Facing Foreclosure. Can I Use Bankruptcy?

The potential loss of your home may present a situation that is so difficult that you do not know what to do next. If you are already in foreclosure and are considering bankruptcy, you likely have many different concerns on your mind. You may be wondering whether or not the lender may still be able……
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Keeping Your Home When You File for Bankruptcy in New Jersey

When a person files for bankruptcy in New Jersey, it is important for them to understand that there will likely be serious consequences as they embark on a highly complex process. That’s why it is imperative that an individual thinking about seeking bankruptcy protection first speak with a qualified bankruptcy and debt management attorney who……
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Can I File Bankruptcy Without My Spouse?

Sometimes both partners within marriage are facing financial challenges, while other times one has racked up significant debt on joint accounts that affect both partners. It’s important to know that married couples have the option to file bankruptcy together, but they’re not obligated to do so. How To File Bankruptcy When Married If you’re contemplating……
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