THE RIGHT NEW JERSEY BANKRUPTCY ATTORNEY FOR YOU IS A CLICK AWAY.

Whether you are trying to save a home or get rid of unmanageable debt, bankruptcy may be the solution for you. At Ponder Tuck Ponder, we help consumers and debtors rebuild their financial lives.  You and your family deserve to be free of insurmountable financial stress.  We can help you.

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New Jersey Bankruptcy Is A Beautiful Solution

  • Stop Bill collectors
  • Stop Pay Day Loans
  • Stop Lawsuits
  • Stop Repossessions
  • Stop Foreclosure
  • Stop Tax Garnishments
  • Stop Bad credit
  • Deal with Student Loans
  • Deal with Past Due Taxes

Regain Control of  Your Life With Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 

Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies are excellent solutions for different types of financial problems.   A Chapter 7 bankruptcy can be considered a debt elimination solution.   Chapter 13 bankruptcy is a long-term solution for debtors who want to keep assets or who may not meet the financial qualifications for Chapter 7.  Both types of bankruptcies offer debtors a chance to regain control of their financial life. To learn more check out our article on the differences between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13.

Ponder Tuck Ponder Is The Right Bankruptcy Attorney 

Ponder Tuck Ponder is an aggressive advocate for the rights of debtors consumers. We care about our clients and work hard to solve their problems and improve their lives. You can get help:

“I was really forced to file bankruptcy. I was told that I owed money that I did not. Filing bankruptcy helped me stay in my home. I would have been in foreclosure if I never filed. If there is no other way to get out of your situation, then yes I would recommend bankruptcy. Yes, I would recommend Ponder Tuck Ponder. “

— K. Ali