Thousands of South Carolinians Have Experienced Debt Relief No More Sleepless Nights, Creditor Harassment, or Lawsuits.
Would You Like the Peace of Mind of a Financial Fresh Start?
It’s true. Every day South Carolinians discover that the Bankruptcy Code provides relief from harassing phone calls, collection letters, lawsuits, and judgments.
They’ve made the decision to seek relief so they can put their health, their marriages, and their families first. They’ve asked for help and, when appropriate, they’ve filed bankruptcy. Filing bankruptcy doesn’t mean you’re a bad person. It doesn’t mean you’re immoral. It means you’ve made a decision to exercise a right given to you by federal law. And it’s a right for the honest but unfortunate debtor.
Being a slave to debt you’ll never repay doesn’t do anyone any good. It’s not good for you, your spouse, your children, and, believe it or not, it’s not good for your creditors, either. Let’s face it, bankruptcy laws don’t make it so you have financial problems. They exist to deal with the problems created by other factors job loss, crushing medical debt, or divorce. Our bankruptcy court is busy. We’re been through the worst economy since the Great Depression. A decade of lending abuses, Wall Street greed, and financial deregulation have left a mess. And maybe you’ve been caught up in the aftermath. You are not alone.
Who Am I, And How Can I Help You?
I’ve represented large families and singles. Those with assets, and those with very little. Some were well-educated, and some were not. But they had one thing in common: a need for financial help.
My goal is to find the right solution to your financial problem. Maybe that involves bankruptcy, and maybe it doesn’t. I don’t sell bankruptcy. Instead, I find solutions. If you hire me, you’ll get an experienced lawyer and a caring staff who will do everything they can to find the right solution to your problems.
Let Me Send You My FREE Bankruptcy Guide!
My bankruptcy guide explains the bankruptcy process from start to finish. It begins with your initial meeting with me, and it takes you through your bankruptcy hearing. It explains what you must do, and why I’ll ask you to do it. To get my guide, just fill in the form to the right. I’ll only contact you if you want to be contacted. We respect your privacy.
And to schedule your initial consultation, call (843) 695-0830. I look forward to helping you.