Governor Wolf has today, July 9, 2020, ordered a stop to all mortgage foreclosures and tenant evictions through August 31, 2020. Gov Wolf order is attached here: Gov Wolf Foreclosure Stay Order If you or someone you know is financially insecure and needs to learn their rights and options, you should make an appointment to […]

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As of June 1st credit card lawsuits and mortgage foreclosures were once again being allowed to be filed in Philadelphia, Montgomery, Bucks and Chester counties. The Sheriff of each county is back in action. You think the police are at your door at 7:30 a.m. or 5:30 p.m. and it is really the sheriff to […]

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What happens when you file bankruptcy? All creditor action against you must stop. Immediately. This includes your mortgage company foreclosure, lawsuits, telephone calls and the IRS. As your chapter 7, 13 bankruptcy lawyer we will shield you from your creditors and guide you to a fresh financial start. You will be surprised at how good […]

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A chapter 13 bankruptcy lawyer will stop all creditor action. We as chapter 13 bankruptcy lawyers will use the law to set you on a path of a fresh start. You will keep your assets; your chapter 13 lawyer will stop all creditor action, get you reorganized and put you on a debt repayment plan […]

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Many newspapers and tv reporters recommend contacting your lender when you are about to miss your mortgage payment and enter into mortgage default. As a chapter 13 bankrupty lawyer can tell you that taking that advice may very well turn out to be one of the worst experiences of your life. Many, many, although not […]

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The purpose of a chapter 7 bankruptcy is to give the person filing, known as the debtor, a fresh start. Chapter 7 bankruptcy is not meant to take all of your money and property from you. It is intended for you to keep your basic property. To achieve a bankruptcy fresh start in Pennsylvania, you […]

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The frustration is palpable. The anger is boiling over. Small business owners are aggreived at the manner in which the PPP and EIDL money is being distributed. This $300+ billion dollar boondogle was announced to aid small businesses; it has been gobbled up by corporate chains, franchises and big business. Very little money has gone […]

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We are now 5 full weeks into the lockdown. It seems fewer people have gotten sick as originally thought would happen. This is likely because so many of us in the Philadelphia region took the warnings to heart, have stayed home and practiced good habits and hygiene. Let us keep up the good work. A […]

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As a lawyer I have been answering friends and receiving calls and emails from clients and the general public for their wills, living wills (a/k/a health care declarations) and powers of attorney. These are documents that express your wishes, choices and desires to your family and loved ones should you become seriously ill, incapacitated, or […]

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