What I have learned in 35 years of practicing bankruptcy law is that all people have their ups and downs. Many people forget their own personal worth and lifelong accomplishments when being barraged by lifes difficulties. I have also learned that most people, at the core, are really the same: they want to go to work, pay their bills, and enjoy time with their family. When temporary...Show more
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Posted by: Charles about 17 hours ago.
The law firm of Corash & Hollender, especially Mr. Hollender was very helpful. They know their business and I am glad I used them for advice. Good...
Posted by: a Chapter 7 client 3 months ago.
I met Mr. Hollender at the lowest point of my life. I lost everything in Hurricane Sandy, got laid off from my job and my husband left me. I had no...
Freehold, NJAbout 1 year ago
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
Paul is one of the most knowledgeable bankruptcy lawyers i have had the privilege of knowing these past 25 some odd years.
Freehold, NJAlmost 2 years ago
I endorse this lawyer. He is caring, compassionate and a consumate professional. Since 1993 Paul has been designated "Board Certified" by the...
Corash & Hollender, P.C.
1975 J.D., Doctor of Jurisprudence in
State University of New York at Buffalo School of Law
2011 Consumer Bankruptcy Law
New York Super Lawyers
2006- present Director
American Board of Certification
2000 Bankruptcy Notes: Professional Edition
1999 "How to Get Paid in a Bankruptcy Case Part I"
The Struggling Business
Highlights of Chapter 11 Practice