South Carolina Credit Card Debt And Bankruptcy Attorney
Helping Clients from Edgefield, North Augusta and Aiken
Like medical bills, credit card debt is considered unsecured debt, meaning that it is not secured by collateral. As a result, the debt is usually discharged in bankruptcy. Cash withdrawals or purchases on a credit card close to filing a bankruptcy petition are not dischargeable.
In a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, most unsecured debt is completely wiped clean, and you are no longer required to pay the debts. In a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, a debtor is forced to pay some part of these debts over three to five years. Once a payment plan is completed, any remaining unpaid balance is discharged.
If you or loved ones are struggling with debt, you owe it to yourself to understand your options and circumstances and all possibilities for relief.
Can't Pay Credit Card Bill? Contact An Aiken Settling Credit Card Debt Attorney
The Law Offices of Andrew C. Marine is ready to bring more than a quarter century of debt relief experience and an unparalleled commitment to service to help you understand all of your options, if you are struggling with unsecured debt. From there the team can work with you to take ideal action that works toward a clean slate on financial life.
To discuss South Carolina bankruptcy law or any bankruptcy issue in Edgefield in an initial consultation with an Edgefield credit card debt and bankruptcy lawyer, call (803) 810-0859 or email the Law Offices of Andrew C. Marine.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.