Low fees and cost  bankruptcy article by Columbia attorney Daniel Stone Starting this September, I will be offering my services for Chapter 13 cases at inexpensive upfont fees and costs for qualified cases. To qualify for reduced upfront legal fees, proof of twelve months of continuous full time employment plus consent to having your Chapter 13…

Foreclosure article written by Columbia, SC bankruptcy lawyer Daniel Stone For South Carolina homeowners, we have an additional non profit company that can help us with foreclosure problems. SC HELP is an organization that has Federal funds to help homeowners stop foreclosure. According to The State newspaper, SC Help has millions to help homeowners stop…

Yes, creditors will stop calling you after they are notified of your bankruptcy filing. The bankruptcy court mails notices to your creditors that a debtor has filed. Your attorney will notify creditors in Chapter 13  cases of the filing by serving each creditor a Chapter 13 Plan. In addition you or your attorney can call…

The Stone Law Firm, LLC is pleased to announce that it will  begin offering Spanish speaking paralegal(s) starting in 2014 for both bankruptcy and immigration issues. South Carolina has seen an explosion of Spanish speaking residents in the last ten years and many of these people have either bankruptcy or immigration legal matters that requires…

Columbia bankruptcy survey by attorney Daniel Stone   I have created a fun survey for my current and prospective bankruptcy clients. Please note that if you decide to help with the Bankruptcy survey, all the information you provide is anonymous. This information may be able to help me assist my current and future bankruptcy clients…

Bankruptcy article written by Columbia, SC attorney Daniel Stone Most of my bankruptcy clients are in need of a new house at some point after their bankruptcy discharge. I am often asked when they can qualify for a mortgage post bankruptcy discharge and who they should use as an agent. First, new federal regulations are…

Columbia article written by bankruptcy attorney Daniel Stone The bankruptcy court in Columbia, SC is located at 1100 Laurel St. Columbia, SC 29201. The Trustee hearing is located at the Strom Thurmond Building, 1835 Assembly St. Columbia, SC 29201. The bankruptcy court is a white building at the intersection of Assembly and Laurel St.

Medical bills article written by Columbia, SC and Florence attorney Daniel Stone   Almost everyone at some time or another has incurred a significant medical bill. In fact, Harvard University did a study where they concluded that over 50% of Americans who file for bankruptcy have significant medical debts. Fortunately, bankruptcy can wipe out or “discharge”…

Credit Card Article written by Columbia, SC bankruptcy attorney Daniel Stone Some of my potential bankruptcy clients are current on their credit card debts but they see the storm clouds coming. Many people believe that you have to be behind on your credit card bills or other debts before you can file for bankruptcy. This…

    The creditors meeting – also referred to as the Trustee hearing or 341 hearing is held at the Strom Thurmond Building in Columbia, SC (5th Floor) for Aiken County residents. For most Chapter 7 bankruptcy filers, this will be the only hearing they will have to attend. For Chapter 13 bankruptcy filers, they…

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