Divorce and bankruptcy often arrive together in New Jersey. Generally speaking, personal financial problems tend to come along with other major life events — it would be perfectly acceptable to feel overwhelmed, were it to happen to you.
So, you've bitten the bullet and decided to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy to resolve your intractable debt problems. That's the first step toward fiscal solvency.
Sometimes, having a good job and a solid income is not enough to keep a person in New Jersey afloat financially. In fact, if you are struggling to pay all your bills every month and still have enough left for the necessities of life, you are not alone. We at William H. Oliver, Jr. & Associates often advise our clients about how lien stripping may be the solution to their debt problems.