Purposeful Advocacy for New Jersey
A Path Forward for Your Finances, Your Family, & Your Future

Blog

What Should I Do After I Get a Foreclosure Notice?

Getting a foreclosure notice is not anything anyone ever wants to happen. Losing your home can be devastating,

Read More

Are You Buying a Home? Don’t Skimp on Tests

Welcome to the road to buying your new home. This road is fraught with obstacles and hazards that can derail your quest for the home of your dreams.

Read More

Can a Bankruptcy Stop a Foreclosure?

Read More

What Is Considered when Deciding upon Spousal Support?

When a couple decides to get divorced, one of the questions that frequently arises is whether there will be an award of spousal support for either party. Keep in mind that spousal support isn’t always even necessary.

Read More

What Is the Difference Between Dischargeable and Non-Dischargeable Debts?

There are many people who struggle financially at different points in their life. When this happens, it can be a stressful situation that is hard to keep under control.

Read More

What Should I Look for In the Final Walkthrough Before Closing?

When it gets close to closing day on a new house, one of the things that the buyers will have to do is conduct a final walkthrough of the home. The purpose of the final walkthrough is to make sure that everything about the house is as expected when the buyer moves in.

Read More

When Is It Time to Consider Bankruptcy?

When an individual or a business in New Jersey is struggling financially, they may feel like there is nowhere to turn. They may be facing serious debt with no way to repay it.

Read More

What Is the Impact of Housing Inventory on The Real Estate Market?

One of the biggest impacts on the real estate market, if not the most important factor, is the amount of housing inventory that is available.

Read More

What Is the Process of Buying a House?

When an individual or a couple makes the decision that they want to stop renting and become a homeowner, so begins the very long, yet very exciting process of purchasing a house. Of course, many people get the ball rolling by checking out home listings online in an effort to see what kinds of houses are available in the neighborhoods they like.

Read More

Debt Discharges in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

When a person is having an issue with their finances, they may be considering bankruptcy. If they file for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, they may be able to discharge some of their debts. When a debt is discharged, they are no longer liable to pay it back.

Read More