Jonathan C. Ginsberg

Jonathan C. Ginsberg

Ginsberg Law Offices, P.C.
  • Bankruptcy, Social Security Disability, Workers' Compensation
  • Georgia
Review This Lawyer
Lawyer Rating and Reviews
Legal Knowledge
Legal Analysis
Communication Skills
Ethics and Professionalism
Kent Anderson
Kent Anderson March 19, 2018
Rating: 10 Lawyer Rating - 10 out of 10
Jonathan is an excellent lawyer with extensive knowledge and experience in his chosen areas of practice. He is highly computer literate and is an excellent communicator. I recommend him highly.
Claimed Lawyer ProfileQ&ABlawg SearchSocial Media

Jonathan Ginsberg represents honest, hardworking men and women seeking debt relief under the United States Bankruptcy Code, or who are seeking benefits from the Social Security disability system.

Practice Areas
Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Debt Relief
Social Security Disability
Workers' Compensation
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Placeholder image for jurisdictions.
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Ginsberg Law Offices, P.C.
- Current
Jonathan and Jodi Ginsberg practice together as Ginsberg Law Offices. Jonathan's practice focuses on: - Social Security disability - Consumer bankruptcy - Ch. 7 and Ch. 13 - Personal injury claims (auto accidents, negligence) Jodi's practice focuses on: - Georgia workers' compensation claims - Medical malpractice
Tulane University-LA
Law Degree
Placeholder image for education.
Professional Associations
Georgia State Bar
- Current
Placeholder image for professional associations.
Articles & Publications
Disability Answer Guide
Websites & Blogs
Georgia Social Security disability attorney
Ginsberg Law Offices
Social Security Disability | Expert Help | Free Case Evaluation
Legal Answers
3 Questions Answered
Q. Can i file personal unsecured loans in bankruptcy and if yes.will i have to pay them off?
A: You have to include all debts including personal unsecured loans. If they are truly unsecured they will either be discharged (in a Ch. 7) or paid as unsecured (in a Ch. 13).
Q. My husband filed for chapter 13 and it was approved. He has been making payments always on time. He got a letter
A: It is not the trustee's error. Claims sometimes come in higher than expected or sometimes they are amended. Also, if your husband missed a payment or only paid a partial payment, then the term could exceed 60 months. Chapter 13 is a giant math problem and the trustee's system spits out terms problem when the math doesn't work. The fix would be to make a one time payment or to increase the monthly payment so the numbers work.
Q. Can a chapter 13 wipe out a mortgage if no claim is filed?
A: The secured creditor's failure to file a proof of claim does not eliminate the lien filed in your state clerk's records. If the secured lender does not file a proof of claim it will not participate in the Chapter 13 distributions but its lien and right to collect remain and will survive the bankruptcy.

Since many Chapter 13 cases are filed to cure mortgage arrearages, it defeats the purpose of the plan for a mortgage creditor not to participate in the Ch. 13. That's why, in many districts, the debtors' attorney is required to examine the claims file and report to the court (or file a substitute claim) if the creditor does not file a proof of claim.

Also, in many districts, the trustee will accept a late filed claim.

Bottom line: your mortgage isn't going to go away and you don't get your house for free.
... Read More
View More Answers
Contact & Map
1854 Independence Square
Atlanta, GA 30338
Telephone: (770) 393-4985
Fax: (770) 393-0240
Toggle tool

There are no recently viewed profiles.

There are no saved profiles.

There are no profiles to compare.