I've put together a great amount of information to help people threatened with foreclosure or bankruptcy, and to enlighten those who fear a recent traffic violation or DUI / DWI charge may have very damaging consequences. Find out how bankruptcy can alleviate your debts, interest charges and even protect your assets. See how to avoid the cascading and costly effects of your traffic violation fine or DUI / DWI charge.
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Changing Your Mind After a Guilty Plea in NJ Traffic Court Can you change your mind after entering a guilty plea? Woodbury NJ DUI/DWI attorney Steve Richardson explains the consequences.
Weaving in the Road is Probably Cause for a NJ Traffic Stop Have you been stopped in NJ and charged with a DUI because you were weaving in the road? Was that probable cause to stop you? Find out here!
Social Networking Can Ruin a Career How can social networking affect your career? Woodbury NJ attorney Steve Richardson explains the consequences.
NJ Bankruptcy Attorney | Getting a Waiver For Credit Counseling Want to know how to get a waiver for your credit counseling certificate? Find out in this article by Woodbury NJ bankruptcy lawyer Stever Richardson.
Student Loan Bankruptcy Discharge & Undue Hardship Thinking that you can't discharge your student loans in bankruptcy? Think again! It's tough, but not impossible. Find out what you must do to succeed!
Resolving Personal Injury Claims in Bankruptcy How can your personal injury claim affect your bankruptcy case? Find out in this article by Woodbury NJ bankruptcy attorney Steve Richardson.
Filing Bankruptcy Before It's Too Late Want to know what happens if you wait until the last minute to file bankruptcy? New Jersey bankruptcy attorney Steve Richardson explains the consequences.
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