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The Means Test For Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Matters

The most common bankruptcy filed is that of a Chapter 7, a liquidation for individuals or businesses which is designed to eliminate all debts. In exchange, your assets are liquidated, subject to certain exemptions, which allow you to retain certain assets. Secured...

Money Laundering And The Bank Secrecy Act

The Bank Secrecy Act of 1970 (BSA) was enacted to prevent white collar crimes such as money laundering, tax evasion, or other financial crimes. The BSA requires financial institutions, such as banks, credit unions, and other depository...

There May Be Relief For Your Tax Debt

When filing for bankruptcy, one of the questions often asked is whether or not tax debt is dischargeable. The long and short of it is yes and no. Yes, some tax debt is dischargeable, as long as certain requirements are met. And no, most tax debt...

If My Loved One Passes Without A Will, Am I Out Of Luck?

In New Jersey, if your loved one passes without a Will, there will be no legal remedy for which to honor his or her wishes regarding their estate. However, this does not necessarily mean you are out of luck. There is a certain procedure as to how a fiduciary...

Trust 101: Spendthrift Trusts

WHAT IS A TRUST? Very simply put, a trust is a device that allows your contemplated beneficiaries to skip the Court process of probate, as to the assets that you wish to have them receive directly. This saves time and money with respect to Court and attorney fees, and...

Why We Invest Heavily In Legal Software

Technology is an active part of our society and the very foundation of how most successful businesses are run. Staying up-to-date on software and technology, even in the field of law, is vital to maintaining the highest quality service to our clients. INVESTMENT IN...

What Is a Fraudulent Transfer?

A fraudulent transfer (previously known as a fraudulent conveyance) occurs when a debtor transfers property or assets to another person or entity for the purpose of preventing a creditor from collecting on a debt. In many cases, the telltale sign is that the...

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