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The bankruptcy code specifically indicates that neither the government nor a private employer may discriminate against an employee or prospective employee based on the filing of a bankruptcy case.
The bankruptcy code states that a governmental unit may not refuse to issue or renew any type of license and/or deny employment to an individual that filed for bankruptcy protection. Furthermore, no private employer may terminate the employment or refuse employment to an individual that has filed for bankruptcy protection. A governmental unit and/or a private business may not deny the granting of a student loan, guarantee or loan insurance based on the filing of a bankruptcy case.
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If you feel you have been treated unfairly because you are currently under bankruptcy protection, or resolved a bankruptcy case in your past, you should consult with an attorney. It is illegal for some institutions to treat you differently based on a history of bankruptcy cases. If you are considering filing for bankruptcy or are currently under bankruptcy protection in New Jersey, contact the Law Offices of Robert Manchel for advice about your case. NJ bankruptcy lawyer Robert Manchel has 18 years of experience assisting families and individuals navigate the New Jersey bankruptcy process. Call today at (866) 503-5655 for a free consultation about how bankruptcy protection may suit your personal situation!