Bankruptcy Attorney

Helping Individuals Regain Financial Stability

We live in a society that encourages individuals to spend first and think about it later. We saw the effect of that with the crash of the housing market, and now many individuals who were encouraged to buy homes they couldn't afford are dealing with the ramifications in other areas of their lives as well.

Whether you amassed credit card debt, fell behind on your mortgage or are unable to pay your monthly bills, it's important to know that you can become debt free and regain your financial freedom.

At the law office of Greenberg, Walden & Grossman, LLC, we represent individuals who are overwhelmed with debt and guide them through the bankruptcy process. We represent individuals in Hoboken, Hudson County and other communities in New Jersey. In each case, we educate clients about the benefits of filing bankruptcy, including:

  • Stopping foreclosure
  • Regaining control of their finances
  • Stopping creditor harassment
  • Stopping collection notices
  • Stopping repossession of vehicles
  • Obtaining debt relief

Can I Keep My House And Car?

Many individuals who contact our firm are concerned about whether they will be able to keep their property, especially their homes and cars. There is no one-size-fits-all answer, but when you contact our firm, we can help you determine whether you qualify for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Based on that information, we can also help you consider whether it's in your best financial interest to keep your current property.

Contact An Experienced Bankruptcy Lawyer

Regardless of how you arrived at your current situation, it's important to know that you can obtain debt relief. Learn more about your bankruptcy options and determine whether filing bankruptcy is the right choice for you by scheduling a free initial consultation. Our attorneys can be reached through an online contact form or by calling 800-655-3695.

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We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.