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We draw on our extensive experience before Federal and State courts situated in New Jersey and through regional partnerships outside the State of New Jersey to enforce Creditors’ Rights against bankrupt debtors. Our clients include both institutions and businesses. Our familiarity with court personnel and procedures in the various Bankruptcy courts in all venues has made us a top rated bankruptcy department.
A debtor who has declared bankruptcy is attempting to discharge or reorganize its debts. When an automatic stay is invoked, a creditor must cease all collection proceedings. Through the size of our practice and our harnessing of new technologies, we have developed efficiencies that we pass along to our clients in terms of time and cost savings.
In our Library, you will find articles, FAQ’s and cases that will provide you, the creditor of a bankrupt person, with additional information about what you can expect from the bankruptcy proceeding.
Below are figures for 2015 that are frequently used in the elder law practice or are of interest to clients. Medicaid Spousal Impoverishment Figures for 2015 The new minimum community spouse resource allowance (CSRA) is $23,844 and the new maximum …
By Philip A. Kahn, Esq and Andrew Grenell In today’s technology driven economy, more businesses are relying on computerized business records. The financial and accounts receivable industries are no exception. Today’s receivables industry, particularly debt buyers and assignees, buy …