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Karina Lucid Understands Business

Karina Lucid has been practicing bankruptcy law for 18 years and has had her own office since April 2011. Before going to law school, Karina was operating as a manager for her family’s retail flower business. So, she has been in the small business sector since she was 17 years old. Although Lucid Law focuses on all aspects of consumer [...]

Mortgage Forbearance, Loan Modifications & Refinancing

I came across an article on Yahoo Finance about mortgage payments during the pandemic. The title of the article is Joe Biden just gave homeowners an even longer break from mortgage payments. Basically, the article discusses the extension of the government’s mortgage forbearance program. This program was put in place so people can keep their homes during the COVID-19 financial crisis. Please refer [...]

Lucid Law Moves Headquarters to Bridgewater

Effective February 1, 2021, Lucid Law will be headquartered at: 1065 Route 22 West, Suite 2B Bridgewater, NJ 08807 The firm is relocating from Liberty Corner. Karina Lucid, Founder and President, says, “As a bankruptcy law firm, we pride ourselves on our ability to give clients a fresh start to their financial lives.  Our new office is our fresh start [...]

Financial, legal tools to help New Jerseyans

Karina Lucid, owner of Lucid Law, is featured on NJ.com. Karina discusses Financial, legal tools to help New Jerseyans to a brighter financial start in 2021. Many New Jersey residents face financial hardship due to the pandemic and the economic fallout. She says that those with mounting debt should look at budgeting, loan modifications, and possible Chapter 13 bankruptcy as financial [...]

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Debunked – Bankruptcy Costs More Than it is Worth

One of the biggest myths of bankruptcy is that its costs more than it is worth. This is simply not true. Look at it this way, once you get rid of your creditors, you will have more money. The costs associated with bankruptcy will be peanuts in comparison. Collections agencies, credit card companies, big banks, mortgage lenders, and all the [...]

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