I am licensed to handle bankruptcy filings in all 21 counties of New Jersey, all boroughs of New York City, Westchester, Long Island and adjoining areas of upstate New York State, and now in the Middle District of Pennsylvania.
I proudly help clients file bankruptcy in Bergen County, Essex County, Hudson County, and Middlesex County. I also see people in trouble with debt in Monmouth, Morris, Passaic, Sussex, and Union Counties, as well as consult in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens, and Staten Island - plus the neighboring regions of New York and New Jersey
I now also practice in Monroe County, PA, in the Middle District of Pennsylvania.
Marvin Wolf is admitted to the State bars of New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Federal District and Bankruptcy Courts (EDNY, SDNY, District of NJ) as well as the United States Supreme Court in Washington, D.C..
Marvin Wolf has been a member of the Essex County, Union County, Middlesex County, and Brooklyn Bar Associations - receiving a Silver Certificate from the latter for having served on its pro bono program.
Marvin served as State Chair for New Jersey for the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys until July 2016 and is a barrister member of the New Jersey Bankruptcy Inn of Court.
A former consumer arbitrator on "lemon law" cases for the Better Business Bureau of New York, Marvin Wolf's practice is concentrated in and he has extensive experience in consumer bankruptcy (primarily representing debtors) and business law matters.
He has had two chapters published in a yearly professional anthology of consumer bankruptcy law issued by Aspitore Publications, a division of West Publications.
Mr. Wolf frequently visits Congressional members to discuss bankruptcy issues and laws, most recently advocating for student debt relief.
A MESSAGE FROM MARVIN WOLF TO YOU
(I originally posted this in 2009 - amazingly, in 2016, it's stll true)
You keep hearing on the news that the economy is improving, but I don't really see it. Cooking the books at the Treasury and keeping foreclosed homes off the market to manipulate prices does not a recovery make. While I have no reason to believe that any individual viewing this needs to file bankruptcy right now, I am posting this information because the need is so great, and because a significant number of people would benefit from filing bankruptcy, yet are convinced by others to not do it. But even if you aren't one of those people, it is very likely that you know someone who is. If you don't need this information, please feel free to pass my website address or weblogs along to someone who might.
As time goes by, the mistakes and issues brought up by the 2005 law will be clarified and bankruptcy attorneys will get a better feel for how these new laws will affect different people in different situations. I will try to keep this web site updated. Almost every time the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled on bankruptcy issues the past few years, it has been unfortunate for debtors. But don't give up. I know I won't.
I am admitted in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. If you live in another part of the country, or you can't get in to see me, I suggest that you go to www.nacba.org, They can help you to find a licensed bankruptcy lawyer in your area.
NACBA (National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys) is a nationwide organization of lawyers (about 4,500 strong) whose practices concentrate heavily on consumer bankruptcy law for average people. NACBA conducts yearly bankruptcy seminars and workshops, advocates for improved bankruptcy laws, and assists lawyers in controversial bankruptcy cases involving important national issues.
There are NACBA members in all 50 states, so you should be able to find a good lawyer somewhere near you.