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New Jersey bankruptcy may ease financial stress

If an individual in New Jersey is facing overwhelming financial difficulty, it may provide consolation to know that millions of others across the nation are going through similar situations. Something that hopefully will offer comfort, though, is finding out more about the financial relief that bankruptcy can provide. Learning about the bankruptcy process may ease any apprehension an individual is feeling and will hopefully encourage him or her to take the first step toward an optimistic future.

Points to consider when contemplating bankruptcy in New Jersey

As residents of New Jersey decide they are ready to take the first steps toward financial success, there are a number of steps to consider. The first steps in making responsible financial decisions often include making a budget and debt reduction or elimination. For some, though, the amount of debt they face is so overwhelming that declaring bankruptcy may be the only logical option.

Hope for New Jersey residents bothered by creditor harassment

Results of a recent government study show that more than one out of every four U.S. consumers who have been contacted by debt collectors report feelings of being threatened during the interaction. Creditor harassment is becoming a major problem in New Jersey and across the nation. In fact, complaints over debt collection issues are higher than for any other financial product.

The advantages of Chapter 7 bankruptcy in New Jersey

Many consumers in New Jersey and across the country struggle with overwhelming debt. Whatever the cause of the debt, these financial issues are relatively common. However, there are also solutions, including the opportunity to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in order to achieve a fresh start. 

Bankruptcy an option for New Jersey residents with medical debt

The Affordable Care Act increased the number of Americans with health insurance since 2014. Despite this fact, however, a 2015 survey by NPR showed that 26 percent of adults struggle with financial problems stemming from the high cost of health care. What is a resident of New Jersey to do when he or she is faced with overwhelming medical debt and no possible way to pay?


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