I am often asked by my clients if they can be sent to jail for not paying their debts. While some may laugh   at such a question, the question is often asked because a local police officer serves a client a lawsuit or the client receives a letter from the sheriff’s office to contact…

    Two years ago I received a phone call from an injury attorney representing a former Chapter 13 client of mine. The client had completed her Chapter 13 bankruptcy within the last 12 months. The attorney said that the client had a pending injury lawsuit and the defendant had filed a motion for summary judgment…

Yes. In most circumstances, even if your creditor obtained a civil judgment lawsuit against you (this is where credit card and medical creditors obtain judgments), you can still file a judicial lien avoid motion with your bankruptcy. Even if you have some equity in your home, in most South Carolina bankruptcy cases, your attorney will be…

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