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Listed in Spartanburg, are fourteen (14) attorneys that practice bankruptcy law. Four of the 14 attorneys, (Ed Baily, Sharon Butler, Kristin Barber and the Hon. Helen Burris, bankruptcy judge for the Spartanburg Court) are listed on this page. A brief bio including their education background, address and contact numbers are listed and included below. Ten (10) other bankruptcy attorneys located in this city are listed on the other four pages in this section.
Spartanburg is the county seat of Spartanburg County and the Greenville-Spartanburg Division of the United States Bankruptcy Court / District of South Carolina. The city is approximately 33 miles (driving distance) from Greenville and 95 miles (driving distance) from Columbia (state capital).
Some of the towns and cities that are nearby and easy driving distance to Spartanburg are Inman, Roebuck, Boiling Springs, Gaffney, Landrum, Greer, Cowpens, Union and Woodruff.
The Greenville/Spartanburg Division of the South Carolina Bankruptcy Court is located at The Donald S. Russell Courthouse at 201 Magnolia Street in Downtown Spartanburg. The telephone number for the court (including the main office and courthouse in the City of Columbia) is (803) 765-5436. The Spartanburg Court serves the South Carolina counties of Abbeville, Anderson, Cherokee, Greenville, Greenwood, Laurens, McCormick, Oconee, Pickens, Spartanburg, Union and York.
The 341 creditors meeting is located at the same address as the court. Contact the Trustees Office in Columbia at (803) 765-5250 for more information on times and dates.
South Carolina Certified Specialist**
Attorneys with two asterisks** after their names (Judge Helen Burris), 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.
Written by Jack Garchar
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