1 Meadowlands Plaza, Suite 200
East Rutherford, NJ 07073
Welcome to the Law Offices of Steven J. Abelson Esq., thank you for visiting our Bergen County page. Our North Jersey law office is conveniently located in the Metropolitan Center (directly across Route 3 from Met Life Stadium and next to the Meadowlands Hilton hotel) with easy access from Routes 3, 17, 120 and the New Jersey Turnpike. From this location, we can accommodate clients from all over Bergen, Passaic, Hudson and Essex Counties.
If you are experiencing financial stress, receiving harassing phone calls from creditors, or have been served with a collection lawsuit or foreclosure papers, we can help you quickly. We recognize that no one wants to file for bankruptcy and most people will do almost anything to avoid it. We will always discuss debt relief as alternatives to Bankruptcy. However, the failure to take action to protect yourself will allow creditors to threaten the most important parts of your life, such as your home, your car, your savings, or even the income from your job. The Bankruptcy Code exists in the Federal Law for your protection and enables you to immediately stop the collection, get financial relief, and obtain a fresh start. It is absolutely appropriate to consider this option when the debts can no longer be managed.
Our law firm and its offices throughout New Jersey are devoted solely to the representation of individuals in need of protection and relief from debts. We have thirty years of experience representing thousands of individuals in these types of situations. We have earned the reputation for aggressively representing our clients and protecting their rights to the fullest extent under the law. This includes having taken one case, successfully, all the way to the United States Supreme Court.
If your debts are overwhelming you, take a moment to contact us. We can assist you in protecting you, your assets, and your money. We offer convenient day and evening consultations in person and via SKYPE, free of charge for all consumer cases.
-Steven J. Abelson