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New Jersey hospital emerges from bankruptcy, still owes utilities

A New Jersey hospital's bankruptcy filing has led to much contention for the local water utility company. According to hospital officials, a plan has been set into motion to repay the past due bill. Although the hospital came out of the bankruptcy with a complete resettlement plan within one year of its 2009 filing, negotiations over back water and sewer payments have continued.

New Jersey helps homeowners stop foreclosure

In an effort to stop foreclosure on homes in these difficult economic times, the U.S. Treasury's Hardest Hit Fund has been allocated $112 million to help 18 states, as well as Washington, D.C., that have been badly affected by the economic downturn.

2 file for bankruptcy in Vineland, others hover on the verge

The Urban Enterprise Zone (UEZ) program in the city of Vineland, New Jersey, has reported that two debtors have filed for bankruptcy protection. In addition, it shows a number of other debtors on a delinquency report. None of them are filing for bankruptcy at this stage, and some are working with the Vineland to map out their repayments.


At the law offices of Minion & Sherman, our New Jersey bankruptcy attorneys have been providing families with real solutions for more than 20 years.

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