Business Attorneys in Bergen County New Jersey

Business Attorneys In Bergen County New Jersey

Why Getting and Outside General Counsel is Cost Effective

Star Ups and Small Business are more than 50% of employers in America.  They have to maintain their inventory, their employees and the payments on track in order to succeed. Having their own in-house counsel  is just too costly.

The problem for a lot of this small companies and start-ups is when they try to do the legal work themselves. We see people with no legal background trying to file lawsuits, writing agreements and really getting themselves in a lot of trouble by not getting legal help.

For example writing non-compete agreement, is not as easy as you won’t copy with me sign here. Choosing your corporate entity, bylaws, articles of formation. An attorney can help you because it would save you from a lawsuit in the future. In the construction world we see small contractors performing work without contracts and getting into a Consumer Fraud Act Violation.

As Business Attorneys in New Jersey, the Ruiz Doolan Law Firms, can help small business and start-up deal with their legal issues at an affordable rate.  You do not need your own  in house counsel.  For more information about our services please contact us at (201) 880-5563

Bergen county Bankruptcy Attorney: Life After Bankrupcty

Despite the fact that we are six years after the recession. People are still struggling with their bills. We are often seeing that despite people finding work the pay is not the same. As a matter of fact people are probably making less that what they used to make 10 years ago.

I do see signs of recovery when I speak to past clients from which we keep in touch. People always have the fear that once they file for bankruptcy they would not be able to get credit or that nobody will hire them because of their credit history. These fear has keep them tramped with their debt for so many years.

I feel like sharing some of the success of people who filed for bankruptcy and have move on to prosperous  lives.   After their bankruptcy we have clients that now are able to rent without a guarantor, have gotten homes, and cars. I have also clients that become employed because they were not trapped with their debt and thus more appealing towards an employer. People don’t realize that not having that stress of unsustainable debt over their shoulder have stopped the from achieving their goals.  Now we meet them we consult with them as to opening a business, buying a home and moving on.  I can honestly say that nobody has regretted their bankruptcy.

If you need a Bergen County Bankruptcy Attorney feel free to call us for a confidential consultation at (201) 880-5563.

NJ Bankruptcy Court

NJ Bankruptcy Court

What is bankruptcy court? 

Federal courts have exclusive jurisdiction over bankruptcy cases which means that a bankruptcy case cannot be filed in a state court. Cases are filed under the three main chapters of the Bankruptcy Code Chapter 7, Chapter 11, and Chapter 13.  In New Jersey, in the Northern New Jersey area, the client go to the bankruptcy court in Newark.

Bankruptcy Court Procedure:

Proceedings in a bankruptcy courts are governed by the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure. The bankruptcy rules of procedure  incorporate the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, which govern litigation in other federal courts. Litigation in bankruptcy courts is quite similar to litigation in federal district courts

Bankruptcy courts in New Jersey:

United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of New Jersey are located in Newark, Trenton, and Camden.

Their addresses are:

Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Building
50 Walnut Street
Newark, NJ 07102
Phone (973) 645-4764

Clarkson S. Fisher US Courthouse
402 East State Street
Trenton, NJ 08608
Phone (609) 858-9333

U.S. Post Office and Courthouse
401 Market Street
Camden, NJ 08101
Phone (856) 361-2300

 

For More information about bankruptcy court and bankruptcy please contact our office at (201) 880-5563 for a confidential consultation.