Ratings & Reviews
I highly recommend Mr. Zimmermann as an attorny. I recently purchased an investment property and boy was he helpful. He was easily available, very clear in explaining various concepts, laws and regulations, and provided very helpful tips o...
I highly recommend Mr. Zimmermann as an attorny. I recently purchased an investment property and boy was he helpful. He was easily available, very clear in explaining various concepts, laws and regulations, and provided very helpful tips on negotiating. I found his fee to be more than reasonable espcecially given the incredible availability he provides. In addition, he's very flexible, and he has first-person experience with various trade workers, so that when we needed to have some feature evaluated, it was arranged lightning fast. The fee was reasonable, the results were thorough and the outcome was extremely good. I was, honestly, like a babe in the woods in navigating this transaction, but with Jim taking the time to walk me through everything and explain/answer any questions I had, it was a completely pleasant experience. And I got the property I wanted for the price I was willing to pay. Let's not overlook the staff: totally helpful and knowledgeable. 5 Stars in my book.
What You Need To Know About the NJ Foreclosure Eviction Moratorium
- posted: Oct. 08, 2021
New Jersey’s governor issued an executive order on March 19, 2020, imposing a statewide moratorium on evicting owners of homes that are amid foreclosure proceedings. The foreclosure eviction moratorium, which Read More
Can Co-Signers on Your Loans Be Liable if You File for Bankruptcy?
- posted: Jul. 15, 2021
Reaching out to a family member or close friend to co-sign on a loan or credit account can be helpful if you don’t have a strong credit history. But it’s Read More
How to Rebuild Your Credit After a Bankruptcy Discharge
- posted: May 15, 2021
People who are considering filing for bankruptcy may be concerned about its potential impact on their ability to obtain credit. But in reality, bankruptcy gives you a fresh start not Read More
What is Bankruptcy Fraud and What Are its Consequences?
- posted: Mar. 15, 2021
Although bankruptcy offers you a fresh start by discharging most of your debts, this form of relief requires the utmost good faith on your part. It’s critical that you fully Read More
The Chapter 7 Trustee’s Power to Avoid Transactions
- posted: Feb. 15, 2021
The purpose of bankruptcy is to enable people who have suffered financial hardships to discharge their debts and get a start fresh. However, the bankruptcy law is also designed to Read More
Can You File for Bankruptcy Without Involving Your Spouse?
- posted: Dec. 15, 2020
You can file for bankruptcy protection without your spouse also being named as a debtor. However, the bankruptcy will not protect your spouse against liability for debts for which you Read More
Small Business Bankruptcy Eligibility Expanded by CARES Act
- posted: Nov. 15, 2020
A typical Chapter 11 bankruptcy allows a business to continue in operation while its debt is restructured. However, this remedy is often disadvantageous to small businesses due to its strict Read More
What Issues Can Cause Your Bankruptcy to be Denied?
- posted: Oct. 15, 2020
People who are facing insurmountable debts often seek bankruptcy protection. At the end of the process, they expect their debts to be discharged. However, not every bankruptcy case ends in Read More
Can You Keep Your 401(k) or IRA If You File for Bankruptcy?
- posted: Aug. 15, 2020
One of the misconceptions about filing bankruptcy is that you “lose everything.” While it’s certainly true that you’ll have to adjust and sell some assets, bankruptcy law contains several exemptions Read More
High Court to Decide on Creditors’ Duty to Release Impounded Vehicles to Owners in Bankruptcy
- posted: Jul. 15, 2020
The U.S. Supreme Court is poised to resolve the question of whether a creditor may retain possession of a debtor’s repossessed vehicle once the debtor files for bankruptcy. Five of Read More
Can You File Bankruptcy If You Exceed the Median Income Limit?
- posted: Jun. 15, 2020
No matter how dire your financial situation, there is no rule that says you must file for bankruptcy. But if filing is something you choose to do, then the type Read More
Can You File for Chapter 13 If You’re Self-Employed?
- posted: May 15, 2020
Filing Chapter 13 bankruptcy means you’ll spend three to five years paying back your debts as part of a court-ordered repayment plan. The amount you pay and the length of Read More
Hope Is on the Horizon for Student Loan Discharge in Bankruptcy
- posted: Apr. 30, 2020
The American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI), along with several judges, scholars and politicians, has proposed a relaxation of bankruptcy restrictions to allow for discharge of student debts in limited circumstances. The ABI’s Read More
Could the COVID-19 Pandemic Lead to the End of Medical Bankruptcy?
- posted: Apr. 14, 2020
In the middle of an election year where healthcare is already a hotly debated issue, the COVID-19 pandemic has stirred further discussion about whether major changes are necessary. During the Read More