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Debtor And Credit Law: What You Need To Know

Managing finances can be difficult and cause tremendous amounts of stress. Bernstein & Bernstein, P.A., has worked with clients throughout South Carolina who are going through these situations. We can examine your case and discuss all of the possible options. Our goal is to come up with a clear, concise plan that works for you.

Is Bankruptcy The Right Option For Me?

These cases can be notoriously complex. We have worked with clients of all shapes and sizes. From individuals to organizations, if bankruptcy is something you are considering, it is important to talk through it with an attorney first. There are different types of bankruptcy, and one of them might provide an answer to your unique problem. We understand your need to eliminate debt and will decide together how to get that done.

While filing for bankruptcy is the best solution for some, it is important to know that creditors have rights. It depends on the type of organization they are, but they are legally allowed to contact you asking for payment. Collection cases in our state tend to be more difficult due to the laws that are in place. Luckily, our firm understands how both sides work and have the experience needed to find a solution.

Another area we have practiced in is construction cases. A construction lien is held against a property by a contractor when they have not been paid for their work. We can represent you in these cases, whether it is negotiating a settlement or going to court. Perhaps it is determining whether a payment plan will work. For others, it could be providing a lump sum. Regardless, we are here to find answers.

Act Today; Call Now

Because we have nearly seven decades of experience, our firm knows how to handle these disputes. Call our office in Charleston today at 843-529-1111 or fill out our contact form. Don’t wait any longer to get your life back on track.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.