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When you are considering filing for a bankruptcy in PA and own a home, you need to know what to do in regards to your mortgage. Many times if you do reaffirm your loan, you will be left out in the cold if you keep your home and attempt to refinance at a lower interest […]

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The Philadelphia Orchestra which has been in existence for 112 years, filed for Philadelphia bankruptcy last year. Low ticket sales and the slow economy has contributed to the bankruptcy proceedings. The orchestra is hoping to come out of bankruptcy soon and has taken steps to cut costs financially. In addition, The Orchestra is taking action […]

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I am posting this article about a New Jersey contractor who concealed $200,000 in assets during his NJ bankruptcy case because for bankruptcy lawyers in Philadelphia, we at Reinherz Law find that it serves as a great example for emphasizing the fact that concealing assets during bankruptcy proceedings ┬áis illegal. This type of bankruptcy fraud […]

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With all of the hype surround the Mega Millions drawing, I feel compelled as a local Philadelphia Bankruptcy Attorney to remind lottery players that lucky numbers aren’t always lucky as outlined in this Fox New Article. Remember Juan Rodriguez, the Colombian Immigrant who won $149 million back in 2004? His wife divorced him and eventually, […]

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Is Allen Iverson on the path towards having to claim Philadelphia Bankruptcy? According to this post in the Detroit Free Press, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported that a judge took charge of his bank account due to $860,000 in outstanding debt, which he owes to a jeweler. Click here to read about other rich athletes who […]

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