by Greenville Bankruptcy Lawyer John DeVore Compton, III There are stages to hiring a bankruptcy attorney. Though your writer believes this article reflects the general practice among most firms, please note that the points listed in this blog relate to his practice. The initial appointment: Anyone feeling financial pressure (for whatever reasons) may schedule a…

Consumer Bankruptcy by Greenville Bankruptcy Lawyer John DeVore Compton, III There are four chapters under the Bankruptcy Code available for the relief of consumer debtors: Chapters 13, 12, 11 and 7. Consumer debts are those incurred primarily for personal, family or household purposes. Businesses may file under these chapters in particular circumstances, but business bankruptcy…

Child Support by Greenville Divorce Lawyer John D. Compton, III How child support is calculated is not, necessarily, straightforward. Generally child support is calculated with consideration of which parent has full or primary custody. Things like Insurance, Day Care, prior support obligations, the number of children, the income of the parties, and any “special needs”…

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