What do you do when confronted with a disgruntled and out-of-control litigant who continually files frivolous lawsuits against the same client involving the same dispute previously resolved by a final judgment in the Superior Court of New Jersey?
The short answer is you seek an injunction, as our firm successfully obtained this past week in th ... Read More.
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy and Income Tax Returns Go Hand in Hand
Individuals contemplating filing a Chapter 7 bankruptcy case (also known as a liquidation bankruptcy) who haven't filed a federal income tax return for the past year may have problems. (The Internal Revenue Service website identifies the minimum income requirements that obligate the fil ... Read More.
When does a New Jersey resident lose all right to funds in a bank account levied by a judicial officer on behalf of a judgment creditor?
The answer: "When the Superior Court of New Jersey enters an order compelling the bank to turnover or surrender the funds." If a turnover order is entered before a bankruptcy petition is filed, the debtor ... Read More.
Frequently we receive inquiries from prospective homeowners about clearing judgments discharged in their prior bankruptcy. The question typically arises after a contract of sale has been finalized and attorney review completed. A title company search reveals a prior judgment entered in the Superior Court of New Jersey, but which the client previous ... Read More.