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New Jersey bankruptcy: Debt relief traps consumers fall into

Consumers around the country and in New Jersey are often working to pay off their debt. Many people, however, fall into financial management traps that can actually sabotage their efforts. There are certain debt relief strategies that come just short of bankruptcy that consumers may believe are the prudent thing to do, but could end up costing a consumer more in the long run.

Many New Jersey homeowners still unable to stop foreclosure

The housing market may be recovering in some states, but in New Jersey, there are still problems. The percentage of homeowners that are still trying to stop foreclosure of their homes is over six percent. This may be due, at least in part, to the judicial foreclosure process since some non-judicial foreclosure states are seeing rates below two percent.

When should New Jersey residents file bankruptcy?

Anyone who has struggled with financial issues knows that it can be difficult. Some people are able to work through their issues, while others seem to continue to get deeper and deeper into debt. There are certain circumstances under which New Jersey residents may want to consider bankruptcy.

New Jersey bankruptcy: The freedom of living without credit cards

Many people in New Jersey may be wishing at this moment that they didn't have credit card debt and could live without credit cards. There are those who believe that our society has been led to believe that we can't live without credit cards and some people are actually scared to do it. Anyone who has been through a bankruptcy may already know what it's like to live without credit cards and wishes more people also knew the freedom it can bring.


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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