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February 2018 Archives

Bankruptcy attorney helps clients decide issues re collateral

In South Carolina, when one files a personal bankruptcy, one of the benefits available is that a secured loan transaction can be erased simply by returning the collateral that stands as security for the loan. Thus, surrendering a car will put to rest the creditor's claims. There may be a deficiency amount that the creditor will claim, but in a Chapter 7 straight bankruptcy, the bankruptcy attorney will see to it that any deficiency will be discharged as an unsecured debt.

Is the root of your health problems in your credit card debt?

Most Americans use credit cards, and many credit card holders have debt they carry over from month to month. While many people are able to effectively manage these balances, there are times this type of debt becomes unmanageable, leaving a South Carolina consumer struggling with minimum payments, accumulating interest and receiving calls from creditors. 

Settling credit card debt in South Carolina

Credit card debt can put a damper on anyone's finances. For many people, credit cards are sometimes utilized to purchase necessary items before payday. With continued use, however, consumers may overuse their cards while incurring high interest rates that their credit card companies charge. For many, paying off this debt is a top priority; therefore, South Carolina residents are advised to understand their options when settling credit card debt.

South Carolina residents facing foreclosure

One of the most coveted goals for South Carolina residents is owning a home. This American dream comes with a lot of rewards but also many responsibilities. As the excitement of being a homeowner wears off, the true cost of owning a home can sometimes come as a shock. South Carolina residents are advised to understand the risk associated with home ownership and what to do should their home become subject to foreclosure.

Which is better, Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy?

If you stepped into 2018 with serious financial problems, you are definitely not alone. In South Carolina and throughout the nation, many people are currently trying to overcome serious financial obstacles. For some, unexpected job loss or medical crisis quickly turned financial stability to chaos. On the other hand, you might simply be one of many whose spending got out of hand and credit card bills began piling up until your debt outweighed your financial resources. The good news is that most financial problems are temporary.

Columbia residents may benefit from chapter 13

Large amounts of debt can overwhelm anyone, especially when backed into a corner. The calls and letters continue to come and future credit is at risk due to negative effects. For Columbia residents considering the benefits of Chapter 13, it is advised that he or she review the different options available to them.

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