New Jersey Bankruptcy Attorneys
Giannantonio & Roth: Superior Representation for Bankruptcy Claims
The decision to file for bankruptcy can be a difficult one to make, and here at Giannantonio & Roth our bankruptcy attorneys can provide you with the support you will need during this time. Whether you are a small business owner under serious financial strain, or an individual who simply has more bills than you can handle, bankruptcy may be a good option to relieve some of your financial stress and get you back on the right path. At Giannantonio & Roth, our attorneys will help guide you through this process making it as stress-free as possible. Give us a call today.
Dedicated & Attentive Bankruptcy Attorneys
The Bankruptcy Code is Federal Law which is applied to all citizens of the United States to protect individuals as well as troubled businesses who can no longer pay their creditors. This is done by (i) liquidating assets to pay debts (Chapter 7) or (ii) creating a repayment plan that can be implemented over a longer period of time (Chapter 13).
Filing for bankruptcy and seeing it through to the end is a complicated process that will require a thorough knowledge of bankruptcy laws and procedures. It also requires a great deal of information gathering and paperwork (e.g., itemizing income sources, major financial transactions, monthly living expenses, debts, property, tax returns, car titles and loan documents), before it can be accurately determined under which chapter of the Bankruptcy Code an individual or business should file for (i.e, Chapter 7 or Chapter 13). Additionally, the individual or business entity is also required to undergo credit counseling. While this ordeal may seem overwhelming, here at Giannantonio & Roth, our attorneys will guide you through this process in a manner that is as stress-free as possible. When you choose Giannantonio & Roth, you can rest assured knowing your case is in the hands of a proficient, experienced and knowledgeable attorney.
Contact a lawyer at Giannantonio & Roth today to discuss the bankruptcy process!
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