Salem, SC / Bankruptcy Attorney -
Salem is a very small town (population 126 - 2010 US Census) in Oconee County. It is 45 miles from Greenville and 150 miles (driving distance) from Columbia (state capital). Communities close proximity to Salem are Easley, Clemson, Seneca, Walhalla, Clayton and Westminster.
The United States Bankruptcy Court in Spartanburg serves Oconee County as well as the adjacent counties of Anderson and Pickens. The courthouse is located approximately 75 miles east of Salem at The Donald S. Russell Courthouse, 201 Magnolia Street, Spartanburg. You can contact the court at (803)-765-5436 for more information.
The 341(a) meeting of creditors is located in Spartanburg at the same address as the the court. Contact the U.S. Dept. of Justice / Trustees Office in Columbia at (803) 765-5250 for times and dates.
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Attorneys with two asterisks ** after their names, 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. For more information visit South Carolina Certified Specialist.
Written by Jack Garchar
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