New Jersey Bankruptcy Legal Aid Nonprofits 2020

3,396 families filed bankruptcy using Upsolve.

Written by Upsolve Team.  
Updated February 28, 2020

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Here are legal aid nonprofits that can help you with a variety of financial needs.

Central Jersey Legal Services, Inc.
(732) 249-7600
317 George Street, Suite 201, New Brunswick, NJ 08901-2006

Essex-Newark Legal Services Project, Inc.
(973) 624-4500
5 Commerce Street, 2nd Floor, Newark, NJ 07102

Legal Services of Northwest Jersey
(908) 231-0840
90 East Main Street, Somerville, NJ 08876-2218

Northeast New Jersey Legal Services Corporation
(201) 792-6363
574 Summit Avenue, Jersey City NJ 07306-2797

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Upsolve is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that started in 2016. Our mission is to help low-income families who cannot afford lawyers file bankruptcy for free, using an online web app. Spun out of Harvard Law School, our team includes lawyers, engineers, and judges. We have world-class funders that include the U.S. government, former Google CEO Eric Schmidt, and leading foundations. It's one of the greatest civil rights injustices of our time that low-income families can’t access their basic rights when they can’t afford to pay for help. Combining direct services and advocacy, we’re fighting this injustice.

To learn more, read why we started Upsolve in 2016, our reviews from past users, and our press coverage from places like the New York Times and Wall Street Journal.


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