Chapter 13 article written by Columbia, SC Daniel Stone For most debtors, they have often have a choice in either filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy or Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Understandably they want to know which option is better suited for them. The answer is that it depends. Most of my Chapter 7 clients either are…

Chapter 7 article written by Columbia, SC bankruptcy attorney Daniel Stone   Many Chapter 13 bankruptcy clients at some point during their plan payments consider changing or “converting” to a Chapter 7 for multiple reasons. Some of these reasons include a loss of income or the debtor has decided to surrender a particular piece of…

Foreclosure article written by Columbia SC bankruptcy attorney Daniel Stone When my Chapter 13 bankruptcy clients initially consult with me, we first review the acute issue at hand – the sale of their home or foreclosure. The debtors first learn that the sale will be stopped by the bankruptcy filing. But what next? My clients…

Article written by Columbia SC bankruptcy attorney Daniel Stone A prospective client usually wants to know if they will be  required to attend bankruptcy  court if they file for bankruptcy. My answer is that percentage wise, only a small number of Debtors attend bankruptcy court for various reasons. The percent is a little higher in…

Article written by Columbia, SC bankruptcy attorney Daniel Stone   Many of my Chapter 13 bankruptcy clients own a boat  of some type when they file. Of course they want to know what their options in regards to the boat will be in the Chapter 13 bankruptcy. It depends on a few factors. First, if the boat is…

Article written by Columbia, SC bankruptcy attorney Daniel Stone Unfortunately, at some point during a debtor’s Chapter 13 case, there is a chance that your case may be dismissed at some point prior to discharge. As I am often asked by my Chapter 13 bankruptcy clients, what are the chances of the case being reinstated?…

Article written by Columbia SC bankruptcy attorney Daniel Stone The first question I am asked by a potential client is which chapter is best for them – Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Often, a potential client has done some preliminary research on the internet or they have some friends and family that have filed…

Article written by Columbia, SC bankruptcy attorney Daniel Stone I am sometimes asked by my new bankruptcy clients if they are going to jail for unpaid debts. Fortunately in the United States, unless you fail to pay some debts I will discuss in the next paragraph, we do not have debtors prisons in America. Can you…

Article written by Columbia, SC bankruptcy attorney Daniel Stone As a bankruptcy attorney,  I am often asked to file bankruptcy petitions for my clients in expedited manners sometimes. Most of my potential clients are looking at filing for bankruptcy and want to know how soon they can get the expected relief they are seeking. However,…

I am happy to announce that I have started a new Rock Hill bankruptcy blog. The blog will be dedicated to specific bankruptcy issues affecting residents of Rock Hill as well as general bankruptcy issues that affect the whole state and country. If you have any specific questions about how bankruptcy affects Rock Hill residents…

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