We at the Kridel Law Group have extensive experience handling many different types of bankruptcy law issues and related matters. Our firm represents the interests of individuals and businesses that are facing bankruptcy and other financial difficulties.
Our attorneys have a full understanding of the New York, New Jersey and federal bankruptcy laws that may apply to your case. Our attorneys have been involved in landmark settlements including McPartland v. Rossi (In re Rossi), Case No. 09-40717 (MS) (Bankr. D.N.J. Feb. 14, 2013), in which our senior partner James A. Kridel successfully argued that his client's debt was not fraudulently incurred and was eligible for discharge through bankruptcy. We also take the time to explain your options, providing the personalized service of a boutique firm with the capabilities and resources of a much larger firm.
Our capabilities are vast and encompass many aspects of bankruptcy law that may be extremely complicated and require the attention of a knowledgeable lawyer. Contact our firm to schedule an appointment.
NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY LAWYERS HELPING WITH YOUR BANKRUPTCY LAW ISSUES
In addition to helping clients with filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, our firm represents their interests in a range of other bankruptcy matters, including:
- Chapter 11 bankruptcy
- Bankruptcy litigation
- Delaying or stopping foreclosure on your home
- Wage garnishment
- Car repossession
- Objections to bankruptcy
- Adversary proceedings
- Motions related to bankruptcy
- “Cramming down” a mortgage
- Avoiding real estate liens
- Tax issues
- Lien stripping
STRIPPING JUDGMENT LIENS
One bankruptcy-related issue that our clients often encounter is the stripping of liens. Though filing for bankruptcy may discharge your debt, it does not discharge the lien that has been placed on your property. The amount may be stripped down to the amount of the lien, less the amount of the collateral on the property. This leaves the lender pursuing the debtor for only the difference, which is unsecured debt. Essentially, the bankruptcy gives the lender and debtor the terms of a new loan, as if credit had been extended at the time of the filing. Some liens may be released completely.
You do not have to face bankruptcy law issues alone. Under the guidance of James A. Kridel, Jr., our firm is able to provide the professional and comprehensive assistance that your bankruptcy case requires.
CONTACT OUR NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY BANKRUPTCY LAWYERS NOW
Contact a bankruptcy law attorney at the Kridel Law Group today to further discuss your bankruptcy-related issues. Our offices are located in Clifton, New Jersey and New York City. Call us now at CALL or fill out the online contact form.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.