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What Happens to Judgments in Bankruptcy?

By Lex Rogerson | October 26, 2011 | 0 Comments

Written by Lexington/Columbia bankruptcy lawyer, Lex A. Rogerson, Jr. What happens to judgments in bankruptcy? I spoke with a client from Columbia last week who had three judgments on record against her. As I told her, one of the best…

Taxes and Bankruptcy (Part Two)

By Lex Rogerson | October 21, 2011 | 0 Comments

Written by Lexington/Columbia bankruptcy lawyer, Lex A. Rogerson, Jr. In “Taxes and Bankruptcy (Part One)”, I discussed the 3/2/240 rule for discharging income taxes in bankruptcy. Here in part two, I’ll give you some examples of how this rule works.…

Taxes and Bankruptcy (Part One)

By Lex Rogerson | October 15, 2011 | 2 Comments

Written by Lexington/Columbia Bankruptcy Lawyer, Lex A. Rogerson, Jr. Congress has set out a list of 19 different kinds of special debts that people cannot cancel in bankruptcy. Among our Columbia area clients, one of the exceptions we encounter most…

Bankruptcy and Your Personal Injury Case

By Lex Rogerson | October 10, 2011 | 1 Comment

Written by Lexington/Columbia Bankruptcy Lawyer, Lex A. Rogerson, Jr. If you have any kind of claim that could produce money or property for you, it’s critical that you tell your bankruptcy attorney all about it.  Here’s why. Everyone who files…

Five Things Your Bankruptcy Lawyer May Not Tell You

By Lex Rogerson | August 6, 2011 | 0 Comments

Written by Lexington/Columbia Bankruptcy Lawyer, Lex A. Rogerson, Jr. When reviewing your financial information, advising you about your options, and preparing to file a bankruptcy case, even the most careful bankruptcy attorney may not discuss everything that might be important…

Filing Bankruptcy: Your Mortgage and Car Loan in Chapter 7

By Lex Rogerson | July 28, 2010 | 1 Comment

Written by Lexington/Columbia Bankruptcy Lawyer, Lex A. Rogerson, Jr. Many of my Lexington bankruptcy clients have serious debt problems but have managed to keep the payments current on their mortgages and car loans.  Setting these debts as a first priority…

Filing Bankruptcy: Your Mortgage and Car Loan

By Lex Rogerson | July 22, 2010 | 1 Comment

Written by Lexington/Columbia Bankruptcy Lawyer, Lex A. Rogerson, Jr. Recently a couple from Lexington consulted with me about bankruptcy and said they didn’t want to include their mortgage or car loan.  When I asked what they meant, they said they…

Columbia Bankruptcy Hearings: “What Do I Wear?”

By Lex Rogerson | July 16, 2010 | 0 Comments

Written by Lexington/Columbia Bankruptcy Lawyer, Lex A. Rogerson, Jr. Your bankruptcy hearing is important.  Whether it’s in Columbia, South Carolina or anywhere else, what you wear can have an impact on your case.  If you keep a few important things…

Columbia Bankruptcy Hearings

By Lex Rogerson | July 6, 2010 | 0 Comments

Written by Lexington/Columbia Bankruptcy Lawyer, Lex A. Rogerson, Jr. My bankruptcy clients in the Lexington and Columbia, South Carolina often fret about having to attend their bankruptcy hearing.  It’s understandable to feel stress about what is probably the only appearance…

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