I am a 1993 graduate of the University of South Carolina School of Law. During law school, I served on The South Carolina Law Review as the research editor. I also worked for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Trustee Robert F. Anderson in Columbia, South Carolina.
Since 1995, I’ve handled thousands of bankruptcy, foreclosure, or other financial matters. Odds are, I’ve handled a case like yours before.
In addition, I’ve served as an Associate Probate Judge for Dorchester County since 2011 and am a Certified Mediator for Circuit Court and Probate Court cases.
I look forward to the opportunity of helping you if you need help with your financial problems. Whether it’s filing bankruptcy or some other solution, I’ll do my best to help you through this difficult time. I can be reached by phone at (843) 695-0830 and by email at [email protected]. We’re located at 103 Grandview Drive, Suite B in Summerville, South Carolina in the Steinberg office building next to Sonic in the Brickyard Crossing Plaza at the corner of Highway 78 and the Berlin G. Myers Parkway.
Call us at (843) 695-0830 or email us at [email protected] We’ll get back to you immediately.
—Russell DeMott, Charleston Area Bankruptcy Lawyer
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