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Articles Tagged with “New Jersey Chapter 13 Bankruptcy”

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As a result of the Coronavirus (COV-19), the unemployment rate has increased rapidly and reports suggest that the unemployment rate may reach 30% in the country.   This immediate loss of income for many individuals and families have left them unable to meet their continuing financial obligations such as paying for their mortgage, credit card bills, medical bills, etc.

If an individual or family is in a position where they are behind on their mortgage or other bills, filing a Chapter 13 bankruptcy may be good option for getting them back on track financially.

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A New Jersey bankruptcy can be a helpful solution for a person struggling with debt. A New Jersey debtor can file for Chapter 7 liquidation or Chapter 13 reorganization. Each has its own benefits. Both provide relief to New Jersey debtors by wiping out their debts, thereby providing bankruptcy’s “fresh start.”

Chapter 7 Benefits

In New Jersey a Chapter 7 liquidation is relatively quick. Most people can get a discharge several months after filing for bankruptcy protection. This means that upon the completion of a Chapter 7 bankruptcy the court will order that debts are discharged and an individual can have a “fresh start.”

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