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Karra Kingston

Karra Kingston

Karra L. Kingston Esq. Staten Island Bankruptcy Lawyer and New Jersey Bankruptcy
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Karra L. Kingston Esq. has helped people from all walks of life start their lives over by getting out of debt. Karra Kingston is a Staten Island Bankruptcy lawyer and New Jersey bankruptcy lawyer. Ms. Kingston began her career as a bankruptcy attorney. She has appeared in front of many federal court judges and has helped many debtors obtain a fresh start. Ms. Kingston understands the complex federal rules for discharging debt. While working as a bankruptcy attorney, Ms. Kingston’s dedication has resulted in settlements of large debts for clients at 20-30 percent of what they owed. She also has dedicated a great deal of her time helping clients facing foreclosure, keep their homes through the process known as Loss Mitigation. Ms. Kingston has won loan modifications for her clients both inside and outside of the bankruptcy courts.

Karra writes bankruptcy articles for Upsolve a non profit organization and

Elisabeth Haub School of Law - Pace University
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Karra L. Kingston Esq
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Leading bankruptcy law firm
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Federal Circuit
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Practice Areas
    Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Debt Relief
    Consumer Law
    Class Action, Lemon Law
    Foreclosure Defense
  • English: Spoken, Written
  • Spanish: Spoken, Written
Legal Answers
Q. once a motion for bankruptcy is approved and finalized by a bankruptcy court, can a creditor still come after assets?
A: This would depend on which chapter of bankruptcy that you are filing. Chapter 7 or a Chapter 13 provide for two different outcomes. Generally property that is exempt is safe from creditors.
Q. Must you file a motion to obtain court approval to sell this property?
A: Yes, you need approval to sell if his name is on the deed.
Q. 1986 I lost my license failure paying a traffic ticket i get SSID NJ wants 15.000 restitution should I file bankruptcy
A: Generally, fines to government agencies are not dischargeable in a Chapter 7. Fines intended to pincushion your for some type of action are not dischargeable as it would go against public policy.
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Karra L. Kingston Esq.
160H Dinsmore Street
Staten Island , NY 10314
Toll-Free: (973) 979-9078
Karra L. Kingston Esq.
3710 Kennedy Blvd
Union City , NJ 07087
Telephone: (973) 979-9078
Fax: (718) 698-0194