Filing For Bankruptcy When You Have Previous Judgments

Check out this video to learn about filing for bankruptcy when you have previous judgments in South Jersey. Then call Andrew Carroll for a free consultation.

Question:

Can I file for bankruptcy if I have previous judgments?

Answer:

Filing for Bankruptcy When You Have Previous Judgments Here in our South Jersey office, a big question we have from people exploring the option of bankruptcy is, “Can I not file if I already have judgments against me?” The answer is, yes, you can. As a matter of fact, those judgments are a good reason to file for bankruptcy, as we can stop the wage garnishment and maybe even, in some cases, recover the lost monies. If you have any questions about whether this is right for you or how it can help your situation, please call our office.


Are you or a loved one dealing with a mountain of debt and have questions about filing for bankruptcy when you have previous judgments? Contact experienced South Jersey bankruptcy lawyer Andrew Carroll of All Jersey Bankruptcy today for a free consultation and case evaluation.

We are dedicated to giving you the answers that you need in order to make an informed decision about whether bankruptcy is the best decision option for you.

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