A first step for anyone who is considering filing bankruptcy is a means test. Your South Carolina bankruptcy attorney can help you fill out the necessary forms. This test is designed to help determine whether your best option is to file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. In addition, all filers must complete a credit counseling course, before filing and a debtor education course before the bankruptcy is discharged.
When someone passes away, that individual's assets enter into the probate process. Paul W. Bradley, Esquire, is here to assist Charleston area families with the probate process. From providing guidance to limit the impact of probate to guiding through the administration of the estate and the probate process, Paul Bradley will work to help you understand what to expect and how it impacts your future and the future of the estate.
Family law cases deal with a variety of difficult issues ranging from child custody battles to divorce. When you are involved in a family law case, you need guidance and advice from a qualified attorney who understands South Carolina law. Family law is a complicated practice area, and you need an attorney you can trust.