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After you file for either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy in North Carolina, you’ll have to attend a 341 meeting, also known as a meeting of the creditors. Is in named “341”  because of the federal law that requires it, and the 341 meeting......

Many people are confused by the form that is served by the sheriff after a judgment is entered against them in North Carolina.  The form has two parts: (1) the first part is titled “Notice of Right to Have Exemptions Designated,” often called a Notice......

Stopping a foreclosure – even after the sale date.  Paying past due mortgage or car loan payments over time even when the lender will not work with you.  Keeping assets you would give up in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy.  These are all reasons why a consumer would consider......

Our firm views litigation as a tool to help our clients navigate financial crisis through the smart use of litigation.  Our philosophy is simple: Offer you sophisticated legal work that will have a substantial impact on your life while always keeping an eye on the......

About J.C. White Law Group

 

North Carolina lawyers who help clients navigate financial crisis through the smart use of litigation and bankruptcy skills.

 

Our philosophy is simple: Offer you sophisticated legal work that will have a substantial impact on your life while always keeping an eye on the bottom line.

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When people and businesses come to us they face a range of problems. We work skillfully and cost-effectively to help you find a favorable resolution using  litigation and bankruptcy.

 

We have put together a series of guides to give you some insight into the kind of work we do for our clients in state and federal courts, and to answer some of the questions you might have.