Put a former judge to work for you
We are proud to have as our lead attorney RONALD I. Le VINE, a former judge of the Midland Park Municipal Court from 1988 to 1994. He also has been a practicing lawyer for more than 25 years. That combination of experience from both sides of the courtroom gives him a unique prospective on the management and trial of cases. We encourage you to allow us to “Put a former judge to work for you”. How can the Bankruptcy laws benefit you? Are you considering filing for bankruptcy? Are your bills piling up so much that you can’t see an end in sight? Have you looked at other options but nothing seems right? Bankruptcy may be the answer for you, the FRESH START you have been looking for. It puts and end to the harassing letter and phone calls, helps you eliminate your debts and in most cases still allows you to keep major assets, like your home or car.
HAMP is Closing!
On December 30, 2016, the federal government’s Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) and all other Making Home Affordable programs end. Homeowners struggling to pay their mortgages may be eligible to modify their first mortgage under HAMP, but the Initial Application Package must be submitted on or before December 30, 2016.
A Modification allows the homeowner to keep their home. Most modifications reduce the monthly payment to an affordable level that is even lower than the original payment. Millions of homeowners throughout the country have benefited from mortgage modifications.
It is risky to wait to the last minute to apply and to provide incomplete documentation because the time may run out. Applications should be submitted well before December 30.
If you have been thinking about applying for a loan modification, now is the time . Please contact our office if you have questions about loan modifications or modification alternatives.
The Office of Ronald I. Le Vine Presents a Free Seminar -
Bankruptcy: What You Need to Know
Also covers Loan Modifications and Foreclosures
Hasbrouck Heights, NJ – Are you in debt or struggling with finances? Did you know that NJ has one of the highest foreclosure rates in the nation? Attorney Ronald I. Le Vine, of 210 River Street, Hackensack, NJ will be holding a free seminar entitled “Bankruptcy: What you Need to Know” on Thursday, September 29th at 7:30 pm at the Hasbrouck Heights Holiday Inn, 283 Route 17 South. At this informative seminar he will speak about bankruptcy and loan modifications. He will also speak about what happens when a person is in debt. He will cover the topic of Bankruptcy.
Bankruptcy offers debt relief by eliminating credit card, medical bills and most other debts. He will also speak about issues with mortgages and foreclosures. Some foreclosures can be defeated by removing second mortgages and reducing first mortgages. At this seminar you will learn your rights on bankruptcy as well as loan modifications. Ronald I. Le Vine has been helping consumers for over 25 years and has been providing these free, no-obligation seminars to North Jersey consumers for two decades.
Mr. Le Vine is currently the Chair, Consumer Protection Law Committee of the NJ State Bar Association. He is also an instructor on consumer rights for the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education, part of the NJ State Bar Association. A question and answer period follows the seminar. Please register for the seminar by calling the Hackensack office at 201-489-7900. You can also call to receive a free brochure on the different kinds of bankruptcy as well as foreclosures. You can also write for a free brochure: Attorney Ronald I. LeVine, 210 River Street, Hackensack, NJ 07601. There is no obligation in attending the seminar or calling for a free brochure. Walk-ins to the seminar are also welcome.
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