What Do I Need to Do After I File my NJ Bankruptcy?
The process is not over once you have filed, although you now have the protection of the bankruptcy court to keep your creditors at bay. Here is what you need to do to assist me in bringing your case to a successful conclusion:
Complete the Financial Management Course from an Approved Vendor , preferably before you meet with the trustee.
View this video to know what to expect at your meeting with the trustee.
Are you a resident of Camden, Gloucester, or Salem County New Jersey and have more questions about bankruptcy? Get the answers to the most frequently asked questions by downloading my free book, Top Questions People Ask About Filing Bankruptcy in New Jersey. It will give you the answers you need all in one place. Then call me at 856-686-9910 or contact me through this site for an appointment for a free consultation to discuss your case.
I hope you find my web site useful and informative, and that it answers your questions. However, you should know that this site's content is no substitute for a consultation with an attorney. Each person's case is different, and the pages on this site are designed specifically to provide general answers on New Jersey law and bankruptcy filings in New Jersey (and not for any matters outside New Jersey). For that reason, this site cannot serve as legal advice on your particular case, nor should you assume the existence of an attorney-client relationship either by reading its pages or contacting me initially by e-mail. I encourage you to contact me and schedule an appointment to come in. Let me give you a legal opinion based on your case that will help you specifically.