Article written by Florence, SC Bankruptcy attorney Daniel Stone Sometimes I have potential bankruptcy clients ask me, “why do I need an attorney to file for bankruptcy”?  The legal answer is that you don’t, but as I am about to show you, the practical answer is you better have one. The data has been accumulated…

Article written by Columbia, SC bankruptcy attorney Daniel Stone Many of you know that I highly recommend wage orders for clients filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy. I have a blog on this website that covers the benefits of agreeing to a wage order in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy. What is a wage order?  A wage order…

Chapter 13 article written by Columbia, SC bankruptcy attorney Daniel Stone There are usually two reasons why Chapter 13 bankruptcy plans do not work – failure to pay or failure to submit a required a document such as a tax return to the Chapter 13 trustee. This blog is about ways in which you the…

Below are a list of reasons as to why you should hire a bankruptcy attorney instead of trying to file the case yourself: 1. Exemptions. A bankruptcy attorney can safely gauge what state exemptions you should use and how they apply to your assets. Why is this important?  If you have $40,000 in equity in…

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