After I File for Bankruptcy in New Jersey, Will I Have the Right to Own Property?
In addition to the property that is exempt under New Jersey law, you will be able to come into possession of property after the filing. However, if you receive income or property in the form of a life insurance payment, inheritance, or settlement, you may have to turn it over to pay creditors if the receipt is within a certain time period. An experienced bankruptcy attorney can discuss anticipated payments or other potential transfers of properties and help you determine the timing of a bankruptcy filing or whether bankruptcy is not the right decision for you.
SOUTH JERSEY BANKRUPTCY ATTORNEY ANDREW CARROLL IS HERE to ANSWER YOUR DEBT RELIEF QUESTIONS
Although this blog and website provides some general NEW Jersey bankruptcy information, the process of filing for bankruptcy can be very complex. It is advisable to seek an experienced lawyer to discuss all of the legal nuances to assist you in preparing your bankruptcy filing. Working with an experienced bankruptcy lawyer is certain to accomplish your goals and help you achieve all the benefits that a bankruptcy filing was defined to provide.
To schedule an appointment to discuss your situation, please call us today at (609) 400-1302 to schedule your free debt relief and chapter 7 bankruptcy consultation.
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