Choose a Fresh Start at the Law Office of Mark Gertner

Choose a Fresh Start at the Law Office of Mark Gertner

Chapter 7 bankruptcy attorney in Newark & South Orange, NJ

Do you need to declare bankruptcy in Newark or Essex County, New Jersey? Chapter 7 Bankruptcy can allow you to discharge certain assets and start over with a clean slate. Schedule an appointment with Attorney Gertner at the Law Office of Mark Gertner in South Orange, NJ. He’ll go over your income, expenses and assets to determine if Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is your best option.

Escape Your Debt in Newark & Essex, NJ

Hire attorney Gertner to help you file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy

If you’re up to your shoulders in debt, consider filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy to wipe it out completely. The Law Office of Mark Gertner helps individuals and business owners in Newark, NJ and the surrounding areas. Unfortunately, the system is set up to make it hard for you to just clear your debt. However, attorney Gertner understands the system well and will use every resource at his disposal to file your claim successfully.

Call 973-763-4446 now to schedule a Chapter 7 bankruptcy consultation in South Orange, New Jersey.

Can Chapter 7 bankruptcy clear all your debt?

While Chapter 7 bankruptcy can eliminate most debt, it can’t get rid of everything. It can wipe out:

  • Credit card debt
  • Utility bills
  • Dishonored checks
  • Business debts
  • Auto accident claims
  • Personal loans
  • Attorney fees
  • Social security overpayments

Attorney Gertner will discuss your situation and develop a strategy to clear your debt. Visit the Law Office of Mark Gertner today to learn how to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in New Jersey.

Who is qualified to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy?
To qualify for relief under Chapter 7 of the Bankruptcy Code, the debtor may be an individual, a partnership, a corporation or other business entity. Our debt lawyer can position you for future financial freedom! Attorney Gertner is dedicated to helping Essex County residents clear their debts. Below are a few common questions about Chapter 7 bankruptcy:

What happens to my property if I file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy?
Part of the debtor's property may be subject to liens and mortgages that pledge the property to other creditors. Some debtors may be allowed to keep certain "exempt" property, but a trustee will liquidate the debtor's remaining assets.

How long does Chapter 7 bankruptcy take?
Most Chapter 7 bankruptcy cases will take from four to six months from the time you file to the time that you receive your discharge. Find relief from your financial burdens with help from debt attorney Gertner. Call 973-763-4446 to schedule a consultation at the Law Office of Mark Gertner.