South New Jersey Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Debt Discharge

Wipe the Debt Slate Clean With A Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Filing

In 2005, bankruptcy laws were modified. Attorneys took to the airwaves, proclaiming that the chance to discharge debt may be at an end. They pleaded for clients to call immediately and get the help they need before that help goes away. To this day, many people facing financial problems believe that bankruptcy is no longer an option.

We want you to know that while the laws may have changed, most clients who come to Taieb Law will still qualify for a Chapter 7 debt discharge and secure the fresh start they need.

Do not let many years of assumptions prevent you from the protection that a Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing provides. Contact our Mount Laurel office at 856.235.4994.

Why Live with the Stress of Financial Problems?

Taieb Law Secretary Bankruptcy Attorney Mount Laurel NJYou do not have to live another day under the burden of financial problems. The phone can stop ringing, and creditor harassment can end. Actions to foreclose on your home, repossess your car or garnish your wages can be put to a stop. Thinking you do not have the option to file for bankruptcy will only make your bad financial situation that much worse.

Practical Solutions for Your Peace of Mind

The state of New Jersey enjoys one of the highest median incomes in the country. A family of four can earn a little over $100,000 and still be eligible for Chapter 7 debt relief. If you are considering a debt discharge, but are unsure if you qualify, call bankruptcy attorney Steven N. Taieb. He does not judge or criticize clients. Instead, he focuses on resolving your financial situation in a practical and common sense fashion.

Contact Us

For more information or to schedule an appointment with a caring and compassionate lawyer regarding a Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing to stop foreclosure or repossession of assets, please contact Taieb Law.

We are a debt relief agency and are pleased to help clients file for bankruptcy relief under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.