Serving all of Your Bankruptcy Needs
With over 20 years of debt relief practice, bankruptcy attorney Andrew C. Marine helps clients develop custom solutions to debt problems. From the initial petition to negotiating with a trustee, attorney Marine will work side-by-side with you to achieve your goals through bankruptcy.
Federal law protects individuals who experience severe financial distress by allowing them to declare bankruptcy. Depending on your unique financial circumstances and the form of bankruptcy you seek, a bankruptcy attorney can help you obtain complete forgiveness of your debt or establish a repayment plan that allows you to make payments to creditors without liquidating your assets.
Under the federal bankruptcy laws, various forms of bankruptcy are available to individuals interested in personal bankruptcy:
Although both forms alleviate the stress of overwhelming debt, they are distinct remedies that can have dramatically different effects on a debtor's financial situation. In addition, determining which type is appropriate for you can be difficult. That is why the advice of an experienced Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy lawyer is so important. With a full understanding of your rights and the consequences of filing for bankruptcy, you will be able to confidently determine whether bankruptcy is the best solution for you.
Bankruptcy is Only One Option
Bankruptcy is one of the most common forms of debt relief, but it is only one of many ways to resolve your financial problems. The mere fact that it is available does not make it the best option. In many instances, debt can be alleviated by negotiating with creditors, by refinancing, or through debt consolidation and restructuring.
Bankruptcy attorney Andrew Marine performs a complete assessment of a client's income, expenses, assets, and liabilities to determine the types of remedies available to alleviate your debts and start fresh.
Contact a South Carolina Bankruptcy Attorney
For a consultation fee of $40, payable at the time of the appointment, attorney Marine will meet with you to discuss your financial situation, the types of debt relief available to you, and the best options to meet your goals. You will need to bring in all of your financial papers, including recent pay stubs and a list of creditors, so that he can review them and fully assess your situation. Contact the firm to schedule a consultation.