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February 2016 Archives

How Long Do I Have To Stop A Home Foreclosure?

In South Carolina, a lender will send you written notice of a home foreclosure by serving you with a summons and complaint. Once you receive these papers, you have 30 days to file an answer with the court. Even if you miss this deadline, however, you may still be able to save your home.

South Carolina retirees may want to explore bankruptcy

As individuals think about retirement, they may have ideals of relaxation and leisure. Unfortunately, many South Carolina residents may be facing their retirement with substantial debt burdens to consider. Reports indicate that debt is a considerable issue among older individuals, especially those who have health issues and may already be facing financial struggles. As a result, emergency expenses could leave parties floundering. 

Bankruptcy options may help South Carolina residents with debt

Money problems are often issues that can leave individuals facing sleepless nights and worried days. When facing considerable amounts of debt and seemingly few options for repaying that debt, South Carolina residents may begin to explore their financial options. Bankruptcy is often a choice that some may consider a last resort, but it could be an option that greatly benefits individuals who qualify and decide to file. 

South Carolina residents may be interested in exempt property

When individuals face considerable financial hardships, they may face difficult decisions regarding how to handle the situation. In many cases, South Carolina residents may opt to file for bankruptcy. This type of debt relief could allow qualifying parties to get their finances back on track. Some individuals may be concerned about liquidating their assets, but some property could potentially be exempt from liquidation.

Are Student Loans Dischargeable In Bankruptcy?

If you are having difficulty repaying your student loans, you are not alone. Student loan debt is one of the most serious financial problems affecting young workers. While student loans are generally not dischargeable when filing bankruptcy, there are exceptions. Even if you cannot discharge the loan, bankruptcy may still provide you with debt relief.

Bankruptcy information could help some South Carolina residents

Those considering filing for bankruptcy may wonder what the process entails. Bankruptcy proceedings can become complex, and South Carolina residents interested in this option for handling unmanageable debt may wish to find out more information. There are various steps to the process and different proceedings from which to choose.

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