How early should I arrive for a bankruptcy creditor’s meeting?

  Article written by Columbia, SC bankruptcy lawyer Daniel Stone One of the most important questions I am asked by my Chapter 13 and Chapter 7 bankruptcy clients is how early should they arrive for their creditors meeting (sometimes referred to as “341 hearing” or “trustee hearing”). I tell my Chapter 13 and Chapter 7 […]

What Cities in South Carolina Does the Columbia United States Bankruptcy Court Cover?

Blog posted by Columbia, SC bankruptcy attorney Daniel Stone For a complete list of the counties and cities the Columbia, South Carolina Court covers, please go to : Columbia Venue. The largest cities that are covered include: Columbia, Lexington, Aiken, Florence, Camden, Sumter, Orangeburg, and Newberry. Please note that Rock Hill residents have their 341 […]

Where is the bankruptcy court in Columbia?

The United States Bankruptcy Court in Columbia, SC is located at 1100 Laurel St. Columbia, SC 29201. The Court is at the intersection of Laurel and Assembly. You will recognize the Court because it is a white building. If you have a bankruptcy court appearance, please arrive early because parking can be difficult to find.

What Bankruptcy Court do Florence residents file with?

Florence residents to include Florence County, Darlington County, Marion County file bankruptcy petitions in the Columbia bankruptcy district. The address for the Columbia United States Bankruptcy Court is 1100 Laurel St. Columbia, SC 29201. In addition, residents of Florence attend their trustee hearings at the Strom Thurmond Building in Columbia. The address is 1835 Assembly […]

Do I have to go to Court if I file bankruptcy?

Most of my Chapter 7 bankruptcy clients never set foot in bankruptcy court. They do attend a creditors meeting called a 341 hearing at the Strom Thurmond building in Columbia, SC. At the hearing is the chapter 7 trustee, other debtors and debtors attorneys, and in some cases-creditors. In a small percentage of my cases, […]