Yes. In South Carolina, even after being served with foreclosure papers you can still file bankruptcy to stop your mortgage lender from selling your home at a foreclosure sale. In fact, after being served with foreclosure papers, you probably have anywhere from 3-6 months to save your home from being sold- even longer in some…

In 11 years of practicing bankruptcy law, I have never had a client complain to me about losing a job due to filing bankruptcy.  In fact, I have had multiple clients obtain military security clearances after filing  for bankruptcy.  One of the reasons for this is that the bankruptcy code has a section that protects…

How fast can I file my bankruptcy case?  The answer is it depends and many of the variables are up the client. First, we need to meet (free consultation) and determine if bankruptcy is right for you. I will also review with you all the documents you need to obtain prior to filing. In my…

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