Woodbridge Township Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Attorney
Helping Debtors in Woodbridge Township Find Relief – Call (732) 338-9650
Are you drowning in debt? Having trouble keeping up with your car payments
and mortgage? Chapter 7 bankruptcy is known as liquidation bankruptcy
and works by wiping out non-exempt assets in order to pay off creditors.
With Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you may be able to wipe all or nearly all of
your unsecured debt. This includes credit card debt, medical bills, personal
loans, lawsuit debts, and many other types of overdue payments. Not everybody
can qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, as petitioners must meet income
requirements and not exceed the annual median household income in their state.
Why Call Our Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Lawyer?
- Over a decade of proven legal counsel
- Regular communication so you always know how your case is going
- Free consultations and affordable, flexible payment plans
- Direct counsel—an attorney will always pick up the phone
If you are worried that your home could be foreclosed on or that your car
could be repossessed—you need to work with a bankruptcy lawyer who
can help you take full advantage of the bankruptcy exemptions available
to you under federal and New Jersey bankruptcy law. Protect your assets
and move toward a stronger financial future. Call Vaisman Law Office today!
Speak directly with an attorney during a
FREE bankruptcy evaluation.
Hands-On Bankruptcy Guidance
At Vaisman Law Office, we put an emphasis on
client-oriented counsel and personalized services. While we are passionate about practicing bankruptcy
law, our ultimate goal is to be able to serve our clients with focused,
high-quality advocacy. From start to finish, our attorney personally guides
each client through their bankruptcy proceedings, creditor hearings, court
appearances, and all the paperwork.
Keeping Property After Chapter 7
A majority of individuals are able to keep most of their personal items
after filing for Chapter 7. These can include cars, equity in your home,
clothing, pension, retirement accounts, and more. Most of these items
are considered exempt because the courts recognize that some of these
items are necessary even after you complete your bankruptcy. What you
end up keeping may vary depending on your individual circumstances, how
much debt you have, and how much property/items you own. Talk to a qualified
Woodbridge Township Chapter 7 bankruptcy lawyer today to learn more.
Is Chapter 7 Right for You? Find Out More in a FREE Consultation.
If you are interested in filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy as a way to resolve
your debt, feel free to contact our office to learn more about filing
for bankruptcy, what to expect, and whether it will be right for you.
Give us a call at (732) 338-9650 to begin your road to financial recovery.