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If you are considering filing Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you probably feel a range of emotions: shame, doubt, trepidation, uncertainty. You do not have to handle a bankruptcy petition alone. Working with an experienced attorney will put an ally in your corner.

At Law Office of Robert C. Nisenson, L.L.C., our founding attorney, Robert Nisenson, has practiced bankruptcy law for more than 25 years. He provides individualized attention to help you achieve your goals.

What Are The Benefits Of Chapter 13?

Chapter 13 is also known as reorganization bankruptcy or a wage earner’s plan. It allows people who have a regular income to work with their creditors to develop a repayment plan. It allows petitioners to:

  • Make affordable payments over three to five years
  • Discharge remaining debts after this period
  • Keep assets instead of liquidating them
  • Prevent home foreclosure
  • Stop creditor phone calls and letters

To learn whether you qualify for Chapter 13, contact Robert at Law Office of Robert C. Nisenson, L.L.C.. He can evaluate your case and help you decide whether Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 is right for you.

In Bankruptcy Matters, Experience Is Crucial

When you select a bankruptcy lawyer, there is simply no substitute for experience. Robert Nisenson has more than 25 years of experience assisting New Jersey clients who face Chapter 13 bankruptcy. He will get to know you personally, discuss your options and help you make the decisions that are best for you.

Get Personalized Guidance In Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

If you would like to learn whether you should petition for Chapter 13, contact our East Brunswick office today. You can schedule an initial consultation in which you can meet one-on-one with Robert and discuss your circumstances. Call the law firm at 732-518-8038 toll-free at 800-645-9625. You can also send us an email.

Law Office of Robert C. Nisenson, L.L.C., is a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.