Bankruptcy Attorney - Philadelphia, Williamstown, Blackwood, Sicklerville & Glassboro
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For a bankruptcy in Philadelphia, Williamstown, Blackwood, Sicklerville & Glassboro, you can rely on Reinherz & Reinherz for the personal service and availability you need. Email us for a *free consultation* to decide if bankruptcy is the right option for you.
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Our focus is on helping our clients through tough financial issues. We have provided many "fresh starts" throughout the years. Our service is caring, personal, and speedy.
We view it as a privilege and pleasure to help guide our clients through many different financial issues. Many of our clients have experienced job losses, medical problems, divorce, or other financial stress and we proudly help them get back on track. We explain your rights and help protect you from creditors.
We will prepare all paperwork, explain the entire process, and protect your from your creditors. Specific issues we handle include:
Foreclosures Bills Judgements Taxes Garnishments Any other financial matters
Our services for Philadelphia bankruptcy or New Jersey bankruptcy are priced competitively and delivered personally one of our attorneys, who will personally work with you through the entire bankruptcy process, from start to finish, to make the bankruptcy process as easy as possible.
Despite the bankruptcy reform laws that went into effect in October 2005, bankruptcy is still an option for many folks seeking relief from various debts.
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
A Chapter 7 Bankruptcy provides you a fresh start by wiping out or "discharging" your allowable debts.
Whether you should file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy will depend upon your circumstances. Your attorney will want to examine your debts, your assets, and your income, among other things, before you file.
A Trustee is appointed to take over your "non-exempt" property for the creditors, but most Chapter 7 debtors can keep most of their important property under the bankruptcy laws.
Bankruptcy is NOT right for every situation and your specific case will depend on your own circumstances. In October 2005, a new bankruptcy law went into effect which makes it more involved to file bankruptcy. There is a "means test" which a debtor must pass to determine if he/she qualifies for Chapter 7 bankruptcy or if they must pay back a portion of their debt. There are many other requirements as well.
Contact an attorney to learn more about a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Philadelphia or New Jersey.
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
A Chapter 13 bankruptcy allows you to repay your debts over time in a "Plan" and usually keep your property.
Most commonly, debtors will file this type of bankruptcy to stop a foreclosure proceeding and repay mortgage arrearages. The Court will examine your budget and must approve your "Plan". The new bankruptcy law requires some debtors to file Chapter 13 to repay their debts rather than Chapter 7, if there income is over a certain median level.
Please contact an attorney for more information about a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy in Philadelphia or New Jersey.
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As required by the new bankruptcy law, Reinherz and Reinherz (David Reinherz, Esquire) is a "Debt Relief Agency" who helps people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.