Do I Really Need an Attorney to File Bankruptcy?
You’re already struggling to make ends meet, and maybe you aren’t even able to do that. The last thing you …Read More
Dealing with Debt in South Carolina
When you can no longer keep up with payments and debt seems to just keep piling up, it may be …Read More
You Can File for Bankruptcy Yourself, But Is It a Good Idea?
While it is possible to file for bankruptcy by yourself, it isn’t always a good idea. You may save fees …Read More
Will I Lose All My Assets If I File for Bankruptcy?
Oftentimes, when a person files for bankruptcy, they assume that they will lose most, if not all, of their assets. …Read More
What Every Millennial Should Know About Bankruptcy
No one likes to think they could go bankrupt. The thought of giving up is usually very hard for people. …Read More
How to Handle Money in a Joint Bank Account
It’s not uncommon for a person’s name to be listed on a bank account with someone else, perhaps an aging …Read More
5 Illegal Things Debt Collectors Do All the Time
Ever been harassed by a debt collector? If so, then you know just how unpleasant and unprofessional they can be. …Read More
Do I Qualify for a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in South Carolina?
If you are an individual (including married couples) and are facing a personal bankruptcy, you will generally have to choose …Read More
These Five Myths will make you think differently about Bankruptcy
According to recent estimates, the average American household carries approximately $15,983 in credit card debt, according to NerdWallet. But this …Read More
Keeping Your Home and Cars in a Bankruptcy
Believe it or not, you don’t have to give up everything you own when you file for bankruptcy protections. In …Read More