Randy Skinner practices consumer
bankruptcy law in Greenville, South Carolina. His education background,
location of practice and contact number is listed below.
Twenty-three (23) other bankruptcy attorneys located
in this South Carolina city are listed on the eight previous pages.
Skinner* / **|
Name - Education, Address and Practice
Skinner* / **|
School: University of South Carolina - Columbia, South Carolina |
School: University of South Carolina - Columbia, South Carolina
School: University of South Carolina School of Law - Columbia, South Carolina
Firm of Skinner & Associates|
75 Beattie Place
Phone: (864) 232-2007
Fax: (864) 232-8496
Bankruptcy Specialist* - Certified in Consumer
South Carolina Certified Specialist** - State Certified
in Bankruptcy Law
Chapter 7 Trustee
/ District of South Carolina
South Carolina State Bar - Admitted 1991
Attorneys listed with one asterisk* (view Randy Skinner
above) are "Bankruptcy
Specialists" in certain areas of bankruptcy law. They are
certified by the American Board of Certification, ABC (located in
Cedar Rapids, Iowa) and sponsored by the American Bankruptcy Institute
and the Commercial Law League of America. The three areas of certification
include the following; Creditors
Rights, consumer as well as business
bankruptcy. Randy Skinner is certified in consumer bankruptcy.
Carolina Certified Specialist**
Attorneys with two asterisks** after their names (Randy
Skinner listed above), signifies that they are a "South
Carolina Certified Specialist" in bankruptcy law. To qualify,
the applicant must have at least five years practicing law with substantial
involvement in the field of bankruptcy, pass a written and oral exam
and have not less than 60 hours of bankruptcy related courses or seminars.
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
/ Chapter 7
SC Certified Specialist
Attorney by State