(305) 891-4055 jbublick@bublicklaw.com

Jordan E. Bublick                                

Miami Bankruptcy Attorney

20801 Biscayne Blvd., Suite 423, Aventura, Florida

Telephone: (305) 891-4055


Over 8,000 Chapter 7 and 13 Bankruptcy Cases Filed

Free Initial Consultation

  • Review your financial and legal situation
  • Review your best options under Chapter 7 or Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Over 25 Years Experience

  • Over 25 years of bankruptcy law experience
  • Graduate New York University School of Law (LL.M.)
  • Graduate Ohio State University College of Law (J.D.)

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Discharge debt and retain exempt property.


Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Debt Reorganization. Chapter 13 bankruptcy is often used to stop a mortgage foreclosure sale.


Mortgage Modification

The Bankruptcy Court appoints a mediator to assist the homeowner and mortgage lender in reaching a mortgage modification agreement.

Miami Bankruptcy Attorney

Miami bankruptcy attorney Jordan E. Bublick offers experienced chapter 7 and chapter 13 bankruptcy counsel and representation for individuals who are unable to manage the burden of their debt. If you are in need of bankruptcy assistance, you may contact bankruptcy lawyer Jordan E. Bublick for a free consultation to review your best options.


Chapter 13 Bankruptcy “Super Discharge”

The recent case of In re: Andrews, 2015 WL 5813418 (Bankr. E.D. Mich.), reviewed the scope of the chapter 13 bankruptcy discharge. This case involved the dischargeability of an overpayment of unemployment benefits together with the quadruple-damage statutory penalty... read more

Bankruptcy Discharge of Taxes

The Bankruptcy Code provides that federal income taxes are dischargeable in bankruptcy under certain circumstances. Non-Dischargeability in Chapter 7 The following types of taxes are not discharged in a chapter 7 case: Any tax for which a tax return, if required, was... read more

Confirmation of Chapter 13 Plan

A chapter 13 debtor’s plan of reorganization is set forth in a chapter 13 plan.  Unlike chapter 11, only the debtor is allowed to file a plan.  A chapter 13 plan must include the mandatory provisions set forth in the bankruptcy code and may also include other... read more

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Chapter 7 bankruptcy may be considered by persons facing serious debt and financial distress. One of the purposes of bankruptcy is to discharge certain debt and to provide an honest debtor a “fresh start.” Creditors are prohibited by the Bankruptcy Court... read more

What is a Mortgage Foreclosure “Deficiency” Judgment?

A mortgage deficiency judgment may be pursued by a mortgage lender after the sale of the real estate at a foreclosure sale. A deficiency judgment is a “money” judgment generally for the balance due on the mortgage note as reduced by the sales proceeds of... read more