Find out everything you need to know about Philadelphia bankruptcy, PA divorce, immigration, etc. by reading our latest blog posts.
  • There are a number of different ways for a foreign national to obtain a green card, but one of the most straightforward ones available to those who have the resources is the EB5 program. The EB5 visa is available to those who are willing and able to invest significant amounts of money into the United States economy. The required investment is a minimum of $1 million, or $500,000 in an identified rural or high unemployment Targeted Employment Area. The investment must be proven to have created at least ten jobs for U.S. workers outside of the investor and his family …Read More ➡

  • Many people are confused by the different types of bankruptcy, and are uncertain as to which is the most appropriate for them. A Chapter 11 bankruptcy is generally used by businesses that have significant debts that they are looking to restructure.  This type of bankruptcy is available to smaller businesses and even to consumers, but it is rarely the option that they choose.   The advantage that Chapter 11 offers businesses is that it prevents creditors from pursuing the payment that they’re owed, while allowing the debtor to come up with a plan that will return them to profitability. This …Read More ➡

  • Chapter 7 bankruptcy is so named because all of its rules and regulations are set forth in the 7th Chapter of the United States Bankruptcy Code. It is a relatively quick process that normally takes about four to six months, costs just $335 in filing and administration fees, and can usually be accomplished with just a single courthouse appearance. It does require that you spend some time with an approved credit counseling agency so that you can learn more about the way that you got into trouble and how to prevent yourself from doing it again.   Chapter 7 bankruptcy …Read More ➡

  • If you have been struggling with debt and are considering bankruptcy, we can help. The attorneys of Reinherz Law Offices are dedicated to helping bring peace of mind and clarity to even the most challenging situations.  Here are just a few ways that having a Philadelphia bankruptcy lawyer on your side can help:   Retain your home Retain your automobile Stop harassing phone calls from creditors Stop lawsuits Stop wage garnishment Unfreeze bank accounts Discharge debt   Bankruptcy law can be complicated, and many people have only a vague idea and numerous misunderstanding of all that it entails, but an …Read More ➡

  • Definition of an H-1B Visa An H-1B visa is a non-immigrant visa and can be used by United State employers who wish to temporarily hire foreign employees in specialty occupations. Immigration law states they are able to offer these visas to their employees for the extent of three years. These visas can be extended to six years if necessary but usually cannot go beyond the six-year mark.   Qualifications for a H-1B Visa The foreign professional who applies for an H-1B visa must have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university in the specialty field that they are applying for. …Read More ➡

  • This week, Governor Chris Christie’s office announced an update to the long-standing NJ Alimony Laws, which will pertain mainly to future divorces and changes the length of time ex-spouses can receive Alimony payments in New Jersey.  It is important to note that the term “Permanent Alimony” is no longer applicable under this new update, and will be replaced with the term “Open durational alimony”, based on the new updated laws. How will this affect your future alimony payments going forward? The major changes of the updated NJ Alimony Law are as follows: –          If your marriage lasted 20 years or …Read More ➡

  • Introduction Marriage is an exciting time in a person’s life. Two people will live together, experience growth and maturity, and start making their own memories. But what if one of the two people is foreign-born? There are a few steps to go through in order to be married and reside in the United States as a foreign spouse. Foreign spouses must follow the required immigration laws if they wish to live in the United States.   Definition The K-1 visa is provided through the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA). Once a foreign national has a K-1 visa, they can reside …Read More ➡

  • Introduction Falling in love with a foreigner can be absolutely romantic. Foreigners bring another worldview and culture into the relationship, and this can be refreshing. Before you can live happily ever after, immigration law in the United States has a few requirements that need to be addressed in order for a foreign spouse to reside in the United States legally.   Definition of a Spouse A spouse is a partner in a legal marriage; either a husband or a wife. A foreigner who has been legally married to a United States citizen is required to apply for a visa to …Read More ➡

  • If you have found yourself unable to continue working due to the pain and fatigue associated with your serious medical condition, you may find yourself fearful for the future.   You know you can physically not continue working due to your declining health, yet you may find yourself pushing yourself to continue your employment due to needing the income your job supplies.  However, if you suffer from a medical condition and cannot work, the good news is that you may be eligible to receive benefits under the Social Security Administration; either Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits or Supplement Security Income (SSI) …Read More ➡

  • Introduction A foreign person may consider marrying a person that resides in the United States. If this is the case, they may have some common questions they need answers for before entering into their journey of marriage. These questions can be easily answered and are accessible with a little bit of research. Keep reading below for more information on commonly asked questions by those who would like to live in the United States as a spouse.   What if Your Spouse Is Visiting from His or Her Country? If a U.S. citizen wishes to marry a foreign person who is …Read More ➡

$600 Premium No Fault Divorce
$600 Premium No Fault Divorce
Free Bankruptcy Evaluation Button
Free Bankruptcy Evaluation Button
Call Today Button
Call Today Button
Sign Up For Our Mailing List Button
Sign Up For Our Mailing List Button