Joshua Z. Goldblum, Attorney at Law
Individual Attention to Your Personal Problems
Learn More at a Free Initial Consultation215-322-2745

How Can I Help You?

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.


August 2013 Archives

Options exist when financial hardship strikes following bankrupcy

Sometimes residents of Pennsylvania turn to bankruptcy to address their financial difficulties. Depending on one’s situation, that may be accomplished via a Chapter 7 filing. In a filing like this, the petitioner’s assets will be sold and the proceeds disbursed to creditors. Once this process is complete, most remaining debt is discharged and the petitioner can in a sense start over financially.  While in many situations filers successfully set off on a ne w financial path, at times, things happen that leave them facing financial hardship once again. In these cases, they may not know where to turn.

U.S. bankruptcies expected to fall below 1 million in 2013

Over the course of the last few years individuals throughout the country, including those in the state of Pennsylvania, have faced financial difficulties. These difficulties were due to things such as job loss and a reduction in the value in homes that residents live in. The combination of these factors along with others, left many drowning in debt and unsure where to turn. Some people resolved their financial issues by filing for bankruptcy.

Back to top