Should I File a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy in New Jersey?
A Chapter 13 action involves the filing of a comprehensive plan where you detail how you will satisfy at least some of your debts over a period of 36 to 60 months (3-5 years). This may allow you to keep your home and car if you are able to propose a reasonable payment schedule that makes sense with your available income. In order to get a discharge of certain debt at the end of the payment period, you will have to be in compliance with all of your obligations under the plan.
NEW JERSEY CHAPTER 13 BANKRUPTCY ATTORNEY ANDREW CARROLL CAN ANSWER ALL OF YOUR QUESTIONS
Although this is provides some general information, the bankruptcy process is very complicated and it requires an experienced attorney to explain all the nuances and help you prepare a filing that will ensure that you achieve all the benefits that the bankruptcy filing is supposed 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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