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  • Dealing with Debt During the Holidays

    || 30-Nov-2015

    Dealing with debt on a regular day can be difficult, as there are always cool gadgets or tasty treats being advertised. But dealing with debt during the holidays? That’s a whole new level of difficulty. Everything is “on sale” and there are surely loved ones in your head that you think deserve this trinket or that treasure. To avoid worsening your financial situation with even ...
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  • Can I Discharge Student Loans Through Bankruptcy?

    || 6-Aug-2014

    If you are considering filing for bankruptcy as a result of the student loans you have incurred, it is important that you consult with an experienced bankruptcy lawyer before taking any further action. Over the years our firm has handled countless bankruptcy cases in and around the Westchester County area. We have more than 25 years of legal experience, an in-depth understanding of the bankruptcy ...
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  • Chapter 7 Bankruptcy May Not Be Right For You

    || 30-Nov-2011

    If you are trying to decide if you should file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you must first decide if it makes financial sense. To start, you need to determine if your debts are mainly of the type that require a judgment, and if you have any property or income that can be seized by creditors if they obtain a judgment. If your property is exempt and your income comes from Social Security, your ...
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  • Is the Housing Crisis over?

    || 16-Sep-2011

    We believe that the housing crisis has not reached its peak as of yet. While foreclosures and foreclosure sales have slowed in recent months they will increase once the legal hurdles that have been encountered are straightened out. For instance the Robo-signing was unnecessary and the banks attorneys have figured out how to avoid the problems they were having. There are issues with MERS, but it is ...
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  • The Honest Debtor Gets the Discharge

    || 4-Apr-2011

    Every bankruptcy requires a meeting with the trustee for the mandatory examination commonly known as the 341 meeting. For most clients this meeting is very short and the questions and answers are fairly mundane. Some clients however have more complicated situations and the goal of our office is to prepare the petition with as much helpful disclosure as possible in order to avoid lengthy ...
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