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Short Sale vs Foreclosure: What You Should Know

A short sale and a foreclosure are options that homeowners may seek if they are having trouble making payments on their mortgage.

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When Should I Start Considering Bankruptcy?

When an individual or a business is experiencing financial hardship, they may be overwhelmed and unsure of where to turn. One option that may at first seem daunting is bankruptcy. Bankruptcy has traditionally had a negative stigma but it may be the only way a debtor is able to clear their financial slate and start fresh.

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Custody & Child Support in New Jersey

Custody and child support issues can be two of the most difficult issues to surpass in any divorce or custody/support proceedings.

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What Are Some Misconceptions of Bankruptcy?

When a person is facing overwhelming debt, they may find themselves considering bankruptcy. No one ever wants to be in a situation where they have to consider bankruptcy. Sometimes it can be your best option.

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How Do I Know if My Will Is Valid?

If you are thinking about planning your estate, it is important that you have a valid will. There are a number of requirements that make a will valid and it essential that you make sure yours is recognized by the state.

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What Debts Can’t Be Discharged in Bankruptcy?

When an individual is facing serious and overwhelming debt, there’s a chance they will consider filing for bankruptcy. Bankruptcy can be a great option for those who know there is no way that they will be able to repay their debts.

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What Are the First Things to Do when You Move Into a New House?

Moving into a new home can be a very stressful yet exciting process. There are so many tiny details that need to be remembered and it can be hard to stay organized.

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How Can I Stop Creditors from Calling Me?

Being in a lot of debt is an overwhelming situation for a lot of people, especially if you have no idea how you will get out of debt.

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What if My Spouse Can’t Be at Closing Day?

There are often situations where a couple purchases a home together but one spouse has another important engagement that makes it impossible for them to be present at closing day. However, when both names are on the mortgage, it is necessary for both parties to sign the documents at closing.

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How Can I Repair My Credit After Bankruptcy?

For many people, their biggest concern when considering bankruptcy is the impact it has on your credit score.

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