New Jersey Chapter 13 Attorneys

Are you tired of receiving harassing phone calls from creditors?

A Chapter 13 bankruptcy may be the right option for you. Our experienced New Jersey bankruptcy attorneys at Aiello, Harris, Marth, Tunnero & Schiffman are dedicated to helping our clients eliminate their debts and start over with a clean financial slate. We have been helping individuals in the same situation as yourself since 1955, and we have the skills to assist you as well.

How Chapter 13 Works

A Chapter 13 bankruptcy enables individuals to reorganize their debts into an affordable repayment plan. This plan can take anywhere from three to five years to fully complete paying off. At the end of this plan, the rest of the debtor’s unsecured debts will be entirely eliminated.

If a Chapter 13 filing is not the best path for you, we will explain your other options to you. At our sophisticated law firm, we have assisted numerous clients through all types of bankruptcy filings. Whether you are in need of a Chapter 7, Chapter 13 or your business would benefit from a Chapter 11 filing, our attorneys know how to help.

Saving Your Home From Foreclosure

One very helpful part of a Chapter 13 bankruptcy is our ability to use it to prevent your home from going through the foreclosure process. As long as the court accepts your repayment plan and your new payments are made on time, your home will remain in your possession. Our attorneys can explain how to save your house and all of your other Chapter 13 bankruptcy options in a free consultation. We are dedicated to seeing that your goals are met and that your interests are always protected.

Contact our experienced New Jersey Chapter 13 attorneys

For a free initial consultation with an experienced Chapter 13 lawyer regarding your bankruptcy concerns and Chapter 13 eligibility, call Aiello, Harris, Marth, Tunnero & Schiffman at (908) 561-5577 or contact us online at any of our New Jersey law offices.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.

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