Law Office of John
Fort is a practicing bankruptcy attorney and a Chapter
7 Trustee in the State of South Carolina. His law practice is
located in the City of Drayton. Attorney Fort's education, location
of practice and contact numbers can be viewed further down the page.
is located in Spartanburg County and is 3 miles from Spartanburg
and approximately 35 miles from the City of Greenville.
Communities nearby are Gaffney, Greer and
The Greenville-Spartanburg Division of the United
States Bankruptcy Court is located in the City of Spartanburg and
serves Spartanburg County as well as the adjacent counties of Greenville,
Laurens, Union and Cherokee. The address is the Donald S. Russell
Courthouse, 201 Magnolia Street, Spartanburg, South Carolina 29306.
Contact the main office of the bankruptcy
court in Columbia at (803) 765-5436 for any inquiries.
The 341 creditors meeting is located in Downtown
Spartanburg at the Donald S. Russell Courthouse, 201 Magnolia Street.
Call the Trustees Office at (803)
765-5250 for more information on times and dates.
Name - Education, Address and Practice
Law School: Cumberland School of Law / Samford University
- Birmingham, Alabama
Office of John K. Fort|
P.O. Box 813
Drayton, SC 29333-0717
Fax: (864) 582-6236
Chapter 7 Trustee
South Carolina State Bar - Admitted 1977
Meetings and Trustee Articles
Bankruptcy Trustee - The U.S. Trustee's Office in
each district maintains a panel of persons who are qualified
to serve as bankruptcy trustees.
11 Trustee - If a trustee is appointed in a Chapter
11 case, he becomes responsible for the management of
the debtor's business affairs, and the filing of the
required reports and tax returns.
Creditors Meeting - The
purpose of the meeting is for the trustee and the creditors
to have an opportunity to question the debtor about
the debtor's assets, liabilities, and any matter which
may relate to debtor's right to a discharge.
11 Creditors Committee - The committee is composed
of holders of unsecured claims, excluding insiders,
and has up to 7 members.
of Creditors in Chapter 13 - The trustee and creditors
are allowed to ask questions about the debtor's assets
and liabilities, his financial affairs, and his proposed