Jordan E. Bublick is a Miami personal bankruptcy lawyer whose practice is limited to chapter 13 bankruptcy (reorganization of debt) and chapter 7 bankruptcy (discharge of debt). Jordan E. Bublick has over 25 years of experience in filing personal bankrupty cases and has filed over 8,000 bankruptcy cases.
The firm offers a free initial consultation.
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
Chapter 7 bankruptcy allows a person to discharge most types of debt while keeping his "exempt" property. Debt that is dischargeable includes most credit card, unsecured loans, car repossession debt, medical bills, and some federal income taxes. Student loans are in most cases not dischargeable.
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
Chapter 13 bankruptcy allows a person to propose a plan of reorganization to reorganize his secured and unsecured debt. It is often used to stop a mortgage foreclosure and to catch the mortgage payments up-to-date. In some cases, one is able to avoid the second mortgage if it is wholly "underwater.". It is also filed to use the Bankruptcy Court's new Mortgage Mediation program ("LMM") in which the parties meet to negotiate a modification of the mortgage together with a mediator appointed by the Bankruptcy Court.
Jordan E. Bublick holds an undergraduate degree from Brandeis University (BA, 1979), a law degree from the Ohio State University College of Law (JD, 1983) and a masters of law degree from the New York University School of Law (LL.M., 1984)