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A Ponzi scheme victim seeks Chapter 7 protection

As many in New Jersey are aware, even the most sophisticated of investors may fall prey to some who have less than genuine intentions. Such instances can include Ponzi schemes. When a person who invested in such a scheme loses their investments, they may be forced to consider a Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing.

Developer files for Chapter 7 after failed projects

For many in New Jersey, the choice to file for bankruptcy is not easy, but it is often necessary. Faced with overwhelming amounts of debts that cannot be repaid, a person may seek a Chapter 7 bankruptcy in order to get a fresh financial start. This new start can offer relief to those drowning in personal debt.

Personal bankruptcy increasingly complex since 2005 laws

The great recession that struck New Jersey and the nation has understandably resulted in financial hardships for many. Increased debts, foreclosed homes and job loss have made many consider personal bankruptcy as a means of finding a way to confront their financial problems. And bankruptcy can certainly be a great relief when it discharges overwhelming debts.

'Octomom' files Chapter 7, lists $1 million in debts

When debt becomes overwhelming, it can feel like you are drowning. An inability to pay all of the bills that are coming in can leave you searching for some kind of debt relief. Often, a good choice when obligations have spiraled out of control is filing for personal bankruptcy protection.

Student loans leave some stranded in debt

Anyone in New Jersey who has recently paid for college knows that the cost can be very high. Many times when students are unable to fund their education, they seek loans to help. After graduation, repaying those loans can become a burden for many, especially with the rapidly rising cost of tuition.

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