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My NJ HOA is Forcing Me Out of My Home; What are My Options?

While a NJ HOA can't evict you in the same sense that your mortgage lender can, if you're delinquent on dues or accrued fees from fines, they can use the New Jersey legal system to jumpstart a foreclosure or place a lien on your home.

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NJ Real Estate: Is Renting to Own a Smart Financial Move?

With the NJ real estate market still on fire and in favor of sellers, some potential buyers are looking into renting-to-own. Is it right for you?

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When a NJ Real Estate Deal is Too Good to be True: Top 3 Red Flags

If a property has red flags, it can be tempting to ignore them. We implore you to do the opposite; where there's smoke, there's fire.

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Top 5 Money Blunders You Can Avoid During Your NJ Divorce

Any divorce will require both parties to make some difficult choices regarding money, but there are some mistakes you can easily avoid with proper planning.

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Can I Get Divorced AND Keep My Money?

Divorce can be expensive, but there are things you can do to minimize the financial fallout.

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Divorcing in NJ? Why You May Need a Bankruptcy Attorney

An impending divorce coupled with insurmountable financial problems is a double whammy no one should experience alone.

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NJ Foreclosure Bailout Loans: The Pros and Cons

A foreclosure bailout loan is a quick way to get out of foreclosure and save your home—but is it worth it? Here is what you need to know about these loans if you are facing foreclosure.

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Should I File for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

It can be confusing to determine which bankruptcy will help you achieve your goals. Here is a closer look at the differences between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 to help you decide which one is right for you.

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Why Chapter 13 Bankruptcy May be the Right Fit for You

While a Chapter 13 bankruptcy won't discharge your debts, it allows retention of all property. Today we discuss what makes someone a good candidate for Chapter 13.

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Can I File for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy and Keep All of My Possessions?

If you are worried about filing for chapter 7 bankruptcy in NJ, Veitengruber Law wants you to know: You will not lose everything.

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Mortgage Loans in a Seller's Market: Should You Shop Around?

Before you hit the open houses, shop for a mortgage. Securing the best rate can save you hundreds of dollars a month.

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New Jersey Attorney Explains Loan Modifications for Older Americans

You can be approved for a mortgage modification even if you're in your golden years. We don't have a map to the Fountain of Youth (yet) but we DO know how to give your mortgage loan a facelift.

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