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A few months ago, Forbes estimated that Curtis James Jackson III (also known as the rapper 50 Cent) was worth $155 million, one of the richest rappers in the world. Fiddy appears to be rolling in the dough, bringing home income through music, acting,... Read More

Bankruptcy is a legal action designed to help debtors who can no longer pay their creditors. Bankruptcy laws also protect struggling businesses, and helps business creditors receive financial compensation through liquidation or reorganization. If you... Read More

As a result of many misconceptions and myths about bankruptcy; unfortunately, people won’t even consider filing as a possible solution to their debt problems. However, bankruptcy may indeed provide the most feasible and practical solutions to someone’s... Read More

It’s uncanny how the simple sound of a phone ringing can induce anxiety in someone who owes a debt. Is the person on the other end of the line going to be unpleasant, demanding, or just plain rude? Will they make threats? Will someone show up at the... Read More

It can be difficult to discern the difference between the two major types of bankruptcy in New Jersey. The first is Chapter 7 bankruptcy and the second is Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Each type of bankruptcy applies to its own distinct set of circumstances.... Read More

If you are facing foreclosure on your home, filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy may help delay the process for up to several months.  Foreclosure is a legal process in which a lender attempts to recover the remaining balance on a mortgage by... Read More

Unfortunately, financial obligations tend to pile up quickly to the point where an individual is unable to keep up. The traditional approach to handing these obligations is to file for bankruptcy in order to get some of the debt discharged. There are... Read More