Monthly Archives: February 2011

CAN I KEEP MY LEASED VEHICLE? PART 4- I AM BEHIND ON MY PAYMENTS

CAN I KEEP MY LEASED VEHICLE? PART 4 (I AM BEHIND ON MY PAYMENTS) ┬áIn previous posts, I have discussed that you must make your payments on a lease as the payments come due once you file your case. What … Continue reading

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BANKRUPTCY AND PROTECTING THE EQUITY IN YOUR HOME

BANKRUPTCY AND PROTECTING THE EQUITY IN YOUR HOME Exemptions are what keeps most of your creditors from taking your home, selling it and taking the equity in your home to pay themselves some or all of what you may owe. … Continue reading

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WHICH EXEMPTIONS APPLY IN A SOUTH CAROLINA BANKRUPTCY

WHICH EXEMPTIONS APPLY IN A SOUTH CAROLINA BANKRUPTCY As I mentioned in a previous post, Congress allows different states to establish, most of the time, exemptions that the state feels are best for its residents. Some things, Congress believes, are … Continue reading

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HOW IS A CHAPTER 13 BANRUPTCY PLAN PAYMENT COMPUTED?

HOW IS A CHAPTER 13 BANRUPTCY PLAN PAYMENT COMPUTED? Determining how much a debtor will have to pay into a Chapter 13 Plan each month is partly governed by certain rules and partly by how much a debtor owes, what … Continue reading

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EXEMPTIONS AND BANKRUPTCY IN SOUTH CAROLINA

EXEMPTIONS AND BANKRUPTCY IN SOUTH CAROLINA When you are considering whether to file bankruptcy or not, the first question that comes to mind is, what will I lose. The answer to this question is not simple and varies greatly between … Continue reading

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