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…

 The Honorable Judge Waites just announced on August 24, 2012 some new procedural changes that could have an effect on current Chapter 13 bankruptcy clients that have William K. Stephenson as their trustee. The most significant change would be for motions to reconsider.  The old procedures required a hearing. The new procedures can avoid a hearing if:…

Tax debt article written by Columbia, SC attorney Daniel Stone Before many of my potential clients hire me, they ask me if can they settle credit card debts on their own. Sure you can, but do you fully understand the full legal consequences of settling your credit card debts? Lets examine some of the elements of settling a…

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