The Law Offices of Benjamin J. Ginter is located in Cranford, New Jersey. We are... more
The Law Offices of Benjamin J. Ginter is located in Cranford, New Jersey. We are proud to offer personal, friendly and professional legal services to all of our clients at reasonable prices. Achieving top results for the client is our main goal which is why each case is treated as a priority. We pride ourselves on our ability to be reached by clients virtually 24 hours a day. Unlike many firms,... view profile
I grew up in and around the practice of bankruptcy law and have a great interest in... more
I grew up in and around the practice of bankruptcy law and have a great interest in both consumer and corporate bankruptcy practice.. In in addition to my bankruptcy law practice, I have an interest in intellectual property law and other legal arrears that intersect with business development, art, and design.
I have been practicing law since 1987. I am dedicated to serving my clients and... more
I have been practicing law since 1987. I am dedicated to serving my clients and helping them so that they can move on with their lives. I am available for my clientsduring both business hours and by telephone, e-mail and text on weekends and evenings so that they can get the support they need to move forward. My office is located in Scotch Plains, in the heart of Union County, New Jersey. I... view profile
Personal and Corporate Bankruptcy, Commercial Bankruptcy and Bankruptcy Litigation.... more
Personal and Corporate Bankruptcy, Commercial Bankruptcy and Bankruptcy Litigation. Founded in 1993 by Melinda D. Middlebrooks, Esq. and the late Richard Shapiro, Esq.,our Firmcontinues to provide our Bankruptcy Clients (Chapter 7, 13 and 11)with large firm experienceand effectivenesswith the attention andaffordability that only a boutique bankruptcy firm can offer. A WideSpectrum ofLeg... view profile
If you owe money but need time to repay it, you may require the services of a Chapter 13 bankruptcy attorney. In a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, the court appoints a trustee to help you straighten out your finances (sometimes called a financial reorganization). Unlike a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you are required to file a plan to pay off the money owed over a three-to-five-year period under the bankruptcy court's supervision. If you file Chapter 13 bankruptcy, then both the courts and the creditors you owe will closely monitor your financial transactions, and an experienced Chapter 13 bankruptcy attorney can help both debtors and creditors navigate the process.