Columbia Foreclosure and Bankruptcy Attorney

Foreclosure is the legal process where a lender can repossess your home. Once they repossess your home they can then sell it to try to recover some of the debt owed. Once you default on your mortgage payments, your lender has the right to begin the foreclosure process. However, even though the foreclosure process has…

Stone Law Firm ahora ofrece servicios en español para bancarrota, esto incluye juicio de hipoteca ( foreclosure), evitar perder tu auto o camion (repossession), deudas personales, deudas medicas, llamadas de cobros, deudas de taxes o impuestos y podemos ayudarte modificando o reduciendo la mensualidad de tu hipoteca. Tambien ofrecemos servicios legales en español para clientes…

Orangeburg bankruptcy article by lawyer Daniel Stone SC State University, located in Orangeburg, SC  has announced a new research project by Dr. Enoch Beraho about Chapter 13 and Chapter 7 bankruptcy trends during the periods of 1996 through 2003.By compiling this data, Prof. Beraho plans to show if the Bankruptcy Abuse  Prevention and Consumer Protection Act…

Low upfront fees and costs article written by Columbia, SC attorney Daniel Stone For most Lexington, SC residents, a short drive is all that is needed to get a free consultation at my office in Irmo. If you currently do not have transportation and you want to discuss Chapter 13 bankruptcy options, please call to set up…

Chapter 13 article written by Columbia and Florence lawyer Daniel Stone     1. You can protect non-exempt assets. Huh?  what does this mean?  In the Chapter 7 context, if you own as asset such as a boat that is worth more than your state’s exemption protection, the Chapter 7 Trustee could come after it…

Article written by Columbia, SC bankruptcy attorney Daniel Stone For a Chapter 13 bankruptcy to be successful, the Chapter 13  plan must be feasible and meet other jurisdictional guidelines. For example, if you have $30,000 in arrears and a car loan of $15,000, you would probably not be able to afford a Chapter 13 plan…

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…

The South Carolina Homeownership and Employment Lending Program has listed their latest foreclosure figures for the quarter ending in June, 2012. The foreclosure  numbers show almost 1700 unique South Carolina borrowers seeking assistance from the program. In addition, almost 82% percent of applicants are below the median income guidelines. For many of my clients, this is…

Foreclosure article written by Columbia, SC attorney Daniel Stone There has been a recent increase in the number of foreclosure scams across the country in the last few years. The reasons for the growth is primarily because of the rapid increase in foreclosures since 2007 and also due to vulnerability many homeowners see themselves in…

Foreclosure article written by Columbia, SC bankruptcy lawyer Daniel Stone Stone Law Firm, LLC can help most people in SC with foreclosure problems. Chapter 13 is an excellent way of stopping foreclosure if other avenues do not work. If you live in the following cities-Columbia, Camden, Newberry, Lexington, Aiken, Florence, Spartanburg, Rock Hill, or Sumter,…

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