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Losing your job at any time is difficult, but losing it during the pandemic is an entirely different story. According to this article, the economy has been on a long, exhaustive journey toward post-pandemic normalcy – and it’s far from over. Between lockdowns, reduced hours, lack of business, delayed shipments...Read More
Debt collectors. They’re the worst, aren’t they? When you first default on your payments, it’s only natural that you’re going to hear from the debt collectors. But when you do your part and work with a bankruptcy lawyer in New York, you should stop receiving these harassing calls and letters,...Read More
Wage garnishment is a problem for many Americans. If your wages have been garnished, rest assured that you are not alone. Here at Midtown Bankruptcy, we see this problem often with our clients. Many do not realize that they have options to protect themselves. Even though you’re probably feeling scared,...Read More
In an ideal world, renters would pay their rent on time and landlords would use this money to pay for the mortgage, utilities, insurance and upkeep. Experienced landlords would also have a slush fund built up to cover a month or two of late rent payments. But as we know,...Read More
Filing for bankruptcy is a big decision. Even if you’re aware that it’s in your best interests to speak with a Brooklyn bankruptcy lawyer, you might still be hesitant because of the stigma and potential long-term consequences. As a result, you might be looking into a debt management plan instead. ...Read More
When you’re going through financial difficulties, it’s not unusual to fall behind on your bills and rent payments. Once the bills start piling up, being threatened by your landlord is the last thing you need. This only creates more stress during a time when you’re trying to get your...Read More
The COVID-19 crisis has taken its toll on Americans. Not only is it affecting the mental and physical health of American adults, teens and children, but also it’s making it difficult for people to pay their bills. Over 70 million people have bills in collections and nearly 32% have collections...Read More
We all know the odds when it comes to starting a small or independent business. About 1 in 5 won’t make it past the first year, and less than half make it past the five-year mark. After ten years, fewer than a third of small businesses are still going. ...Read More
Wage garnishment in New York happens when a court orders your employer to withhold a specific amount of money from your paycheck and have it sent directly to the creditor you owe money to. There are many reasons why people have their wages garnished, though some of the most common...Read More
Pros and Cons of Filing Bankruptcy If you have a lot of debt that you worry you’ll never be able to pay back, then you need to consider bankruptcy. This is a tool that can be used to help you get out of debt and back to living your life....Read More
A typical Chapter 13 repayment plan lasts 3-5 years, but a lot has changed in the world in only 3-5 months, with Covid-19, the resulting economic fallout and now flaring social tensions. A record 40 million Americans have lost their job, some of whom are New Yorkers that were already...Read More
After practicing bankruptcy law in New York City for over a decade, I thought I’d seen every financial calamity that could bring someone to need our help. That was obviously before the novel coronavirus, CoVid-19, and the upending of our lives in NYC and around the world. In a few short weeks,...Read More
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- I Lost My Job Due to COVID. Should I File for Bankruptcy?
- What Should I Do About Debt Collectors Who keep Calling After Filing Bankruptcy
- Wage Garnishment in New York: You Do Have Rights and Options
- Rent Arrears and Overdue Rent in NYC: What Options Do Tenants Have?
- Bankruptcy vs Debt Management Plan: What’s Best for Your Circumstances?