Substantial Debt from a Mother’s Death

By , Posted on Jul 22, 2019
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MY MOTHER WAS VERY SICK FOR SEVERAL MONTHS AND DIED A FEW WEEKS AGO. AS A RESULT I INCURRED SUBSTANTIAL DEBT TO MAKE UP FOR THE TIME I MISSED FROM WORK AND PAYING FOR HER MEDICAL EXPENSES AND FUNERAL. CAN YOU HELP ME?

Steven N. Taieb, Esquire has been helping people for 34 years who have gotten into debt due to circumstances outside of their control.

Take Back Control of Your Life

If you fell behind on your mortgage or auto payment because of unforeseen circumstances, a bankruptcy petition is there to help you get out of the stressful situation and take control of your life again.

For example, Steven N. Taieb, Esquire recently helped a 45-year old man from Pemberton who was in that exact situation. This is a very hardworking man who missed work and had to incur substantial medical bills while his mother was sick. And then she died. In addition, he had substantial auto and home repairs. Everything fell on him at once.

Thus, he was able to file a Chapter 13 to save his home since all these circumstances led to him falling behind on his mortgage payments.

If, on the other hand, you are current with your mortgage and have no equity, you may be able to walk away from your credit card debts and file a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy to get a fresh start.

Get in Touch Today

Thus, if you got into debt due to problems outside of your control, contact TAIEBLAW by visiting our website at TAIEBLAW.COM or calling us at 856-235-4994.

PLEASE NOTE: WE WILL BE MOVING OUR OFFICE TO THE ELLIPSE SHOPPING CENTER, 4201 CHURCH ROAD, MT. LAUREL, NJ, ON AUGUST 29, 2019.

Steven N. Taieb, Esq. has been a South Jersey Bankruptcy Attorney since 1985 and is board certified in consumer bankruptcy law by The American Board of Certification which is accredited by The American Bar Association.

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