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Camden County Bankruptcy Lawyer

A Cherry Hill, NJ Bankruptcy Attorney

A New Jersey bankruptcy lawyer in Camden County can sit down and look at your debts compared with your incoe and determine if you qualify for either a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. At The Bernstein Law Offices we handle bankruptcy cases in Camden County and throughout southern New Jersey. We have the experience to help you navigate the complexities that are associated with filing for personal bankruptcy protection. We encourage you to contact a Camden County bankruptcy lawyer by calling us or sending our office an email so that we can promptly get back you.

It is important to make sure that when you file for bankruptcy you do so under the correct chapter as filing a Chapter 7 when you should have filed a Chapter 13 can be detrimental and have dire consequences. Technically, once you file for bankruptcy in essence you are turning over all of your personal and real property over to a U.S. Trustee who typically gives the property back to you once he or she determines that there are no assets for your creditors in the event they were to liquidate or sell your property.

If you have assets that are valued above the allowed exemptions and you file a Chapter 7, you could lose some of your property if the trustee determines that by selling your items there will be money to pay off your creditors. Although the beneft of filing a Chapter 7 allows the debtor to essentially walk away from his debts, it does have some drawbacks if the debtor has too many valuable assets.

If you live in Camden County are seeking an experienced New Jersey bankruptcy lawyer then contact a bankruptcy lawyer in Camden County today.

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