Many variables go into the calculation of the Means Test. You may qualify. Arrange to meet with an experienced NJ consumer bankruptcy lawyer. Find a qualified bankruptcy lawyer right here on Avvo.
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Possibly depending on household size and other factors. Have at least one consultation with a bankruptcy attorney.
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That will depend on a variety factors. First, can you pass the means test? What is your disposable income? How many people do you support? What secured property do you make regular payments to? Do you owe the IRS? I strongly suggest seeing an attorney. I put a site that many answer a few of these questions below.
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