Common Bankruptcy Myths | Here is What You Need to Know

For many individuals in New York State and throughout the country, bankruptcy is the most viable option when push comes to shove. Of course, before filing for bankruptcy, you should examine all of your options to see if there is a potentially less drastic route you can take. However, for many, this is simply not […]

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Federal Student Loan Payments Will be Suspended Until 2021

Recently, the Trump Administration announced that all federally-held student loans will be suspended until the end of this year. This comes as yet another way in which the Trump Administration is attempting to assist all those who have been harmed by the impacts of the new coronavirus. Additionally, interest on any federal loan regarding student […]

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What Debts Cannot Be Discharged in Bankruptcy?

If you are someone who currently has amassed a certain amount of debt that you simply cannot pay off and are looking for a fresh start, bankruptcy is most likely your most viable option. The goal of bankruptcy, whether you are filing for Chapter 13 or otherwise, is to discharge your debt. Simply put, there are various […]

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Is the Executor of an Estate Allowed to File For Bankruptcy?

If you are someone who recently lost a family member, there is a very good chance you are going through a great deal of emotional stress. Here at The Law Offices of Allen A. Kolber, Esq., we understand this, which is why we are dedicated to helping individuals through some of the most complex times […]

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What NY Renters Must Know About COVID-19 Rent Assistance

Recently, Governor Cuomo signed legislation that provides renters across New York with $100 million total in financial relief. In the legislation, which extends through July 31, individuals seeking financial assistance will have to prove several things. First, they must prove that they lost income due to the COVID-19 pandemic. From here, they will have to […]

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