Are you struggling with financial debt? Are you late with credit card or mortgage payments? At Aiello, Harris, Marth, Tunnero, Pastor & Schiffman, our sophisticated bankruptcy attorneys have the skills and resources to help you get out from underneath your debt with a Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing. This type of bankruptcy allows you to wipe your slate clean and start over fresh.
Contact our Chapter 7 bankruptcy lawyers in New Jersey for a free initial consultation. We will explain all of your options to you while guiding you through the entire process.
How We Help You Obtain a Fresh Start
Our New Jersey bankruptcy lawyers can help you to obtain a fresh start and eliminate your debt. We have experience resolving all types of bankruptcy issues, including:
- Removing your medical debts
- Stopping wage garnishments
- Stopping all legal actions against you
- Removing your credit card debts
- Stopping the repossession of your vehicles
- Stopping foreclosure actions
Once we file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy for you, an automatic stay is issued that protects you from actions by your creditors. We will fight to ensure that creditors obey this order and that your rights are fully protected at all times.
Eligibility for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in New Jersey
Not all individuals will qualify for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Our skilled lawyers will thoroughly examine your case in order to determine if you meet the requirements. If you do not, we will explain your other bankruptcy options such as a Chapter 13 reorganization plan. This type of filing allows people in a financially difficult parts of their life to set up a repayment plan over a three- to five-year period.
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For a free initial consultation with an experienced New Jersey Chapter 7 bankruptcy lawyer regarding your financial concerns, call Aiello, Harris, Marth, Tunnero, Pastor & Schiffman at 908-561-5577 or Contact at any of our North and Central New Jersey law offices.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.