A bankruptcy blog containing useful information for anyone considering a Charlotte bankruptcy attorney.

Writ Of Execution

The purpose of this article is to explain the effect of a writ of execution, and help you understand your options which include filing bankruptcy. Your Pain If you’ve received a writ of execution, it’s because a creditor has a judgment against you and is trying to collect on that judgment. The writ of execution…

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Does Bankruptcy Cover Student Loans?

No, bankruptcy does not cover student loans. Well, at least bankruptcy does not “get rid of” student loans. This is the starting point in the discussion regarding student loans and bankruptcy. While that answer is not attractive, most clients find that filing a bankruptcy provides them with the relief they need from other debt such…

Paying For Bankruptcy

Paying For Your Bankruptcy

I’ve always found that paying for your bankruptcy makes an otherwise difficult financial time even more… difficult. Fortunately, if you’re able to put together the funds for bankruptcy, you will experience immediate financial relief upon filing, as your creditors are no longer allowed to attempt to collect on debts. We understand the difficulty associated with…

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Pedestrian Injuries and Personal Injury Claims

School is back in session, which means more kids in the streets. Pedestrian injuries occur daily here in Charlotte, NC, and our firm regularly represents injured pedestrians in cases and claims against the drivers who hit them. According to a recent study like the one published by the Governors Highway Safety Association, pedestrian fatalities in…

Paying For Your Charlotte Bankruptcy

I speak with clients every day who want to file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Charlotte, NC but don’t have the money in hand to pay an attorney. That’s one of the challenges of paying for your Charlotte bankruptcy—if you need to file bankruptcy, you’re short on cash to begin with. We try to be…

Debt Settlement

Debt settlement and bankruptcy go hand in hand. As a result, I routinely speak with clients about pursuing both options, depending upon the specific circumstances.  Depending upon the client’s needs, we may choose to pursue debt settlement over bankruptcy. My goal in each of those conversations with a client is to understand what’s at stake…

Filing an Elderly Bankruptcy

While there is not a bankruptcy filing specific to elderly individuals, filing an “elderly bankruptcy” is something to consider if you’re entering into your golden years with considerable debt. Most elderly individuals are living on a fixed income without a significant ability to repay creditors. While younger individuals can look forward to increasing their income…

Bankruptcy Requirements In North Carolina

One of the things I enjoy most about practicing bankruptcy law is that most clients have no problem meeting the requirements for filing bankruptcy. When clients realize this, the relief I see on their faces, or hear on the other end of the phone means they are one step closer to leaving financial stresses behind.…