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Five Mistakes To Avoid During Divorce

Five Mistakes To Avoid During Divorce

13 May

There are many things you can do to increase your chances of success in a divorce and many ways you can hurt your chances. Consulting with a divorce attorney will give you the knowledge you need to make sure you are not hurting your chances in a divorce. Sending mean and hostile letters, emails and ...

2016 American Household Credit Card Debt

2016 American Household Credit Card Debt

08 March

Debt is a way of life for most people in America. As of the 4th quarter of 2016 the average household credit card debt is $16,748, and the average household overall debt, including mortgages, is $134,643. While the phrase “don’t spend above your means” will always be great advice increasing debt isn’t just a case ...

Bankruptcy Scammers

Bankruptcy Scammers

03 November

If you are in the process or have recently filed for bankruptcy, beware of scammers. According to the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys (NACBA), the scammers will use the personal information from filings and pose as an attorney and request that you wire them money to satisfy a debt. NACBA issued a warning that ...

What Happens to Your Car and House After You File Bankruptcy in South Carolina?

What Happens to Your Car and House After You File Bankruptcy in South Carolina?

12 July

In most South Carolina bankruptcy cases you will not lose your home or car as long as the property’s equity is fully exempt. (view SC bankruptcy exemptions) If your property’s equity isn’t fully exempt you will need to pay its non-exempt value to your creditors in chapter 13 in order to keep your property. However, ...

Choosing the Right Type of Bankruptcy

Choosing the Right Type of Bankruptcy

19 February

The type of bankruptcy that’s right for you will mostly be contingent on your assets and your income. Your income may preclude you from filing a simple Chapter 7 case, and if you have nonexempt property, you might lose it in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, but it can protected with a Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Below ...