Category Archives: bankruptcy

Debt Incurred from Unexpected, Out-of-Pocket Expenses

By , Posted on Sep 19, 2019
bankruptcy

MY SON GOT SICK AND I HAD TO INCUR A LOT OF OUT-OF-POCKET EXPENSES AND FELL BEHIND ON A LOT OF BILLS. CAN YOU HELP ME? The whole purpose of filing bankruptcy is to help honest people get a fresh start for circumstances that occurred outside of their control. Recently, a lady came to TAIEBLAW...

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Using Social Security Disability to Save Your Home

By , Posted on Aug 27, 2019
bankruptcy

MY HUSBAND GOT EXTREMELY SICK AND WAS FORCED TO LEAVE HIS JOB. AFTER SEVERAL MONTHS OF BEING OUT OF WORK, HE FINALLY GOT SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY. CAN YOU HELP US SAVE OUR HOME? The whole purpose of the law is to help honest people, who through no fault of their own, got into financial problems....

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What to Do When Your Loan Modification is Denied

By , Posted on Aug 14, 2019
bankruptcy

I WAS OUT OF WORK FOR A FEW MONTHS AND FELL BEHIND ON MY MORTGAGE. I TRIED TO GET A LOAN MODIFICATION BUT I WAS DENIED. CAN YOU HELP ME? Many of Mr. Taieb’s clients have been turned down for loan modifications prior to filing bankruptcy. However, a lot of clients don’t even realize that...

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Substantial Debt from a Mother’s Death

By , Posted on Jul 22, 2019
bankruptcy

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...

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