Columbia Bankruptcy Attorney Colleen Brunson
Columbia Bankruptcy Attorney Colleen Brunson has been practicing in South Carolina since 2004. She represents consumer debtors in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 cases. Colleen graduated from the University of South Carolina, cum laude, with a BS in Marketing and Management in 2000. After a year of living and working in Folly Beach , she decided to apply for law school. She graduated from the University of South Carolina School of Law in 2004. Colleen was a member of Women In Law and the Southeastern Environmental Law Journal. While in Law school, Mrs. Brunson worked as a clerk for criminal cases at the South Carolina Department of Revenue.
After being sworn in as an Attorney Mrs. Brunson began representing SC debtors at Moss & Associates, Attorneys, PA (formerly Moss & Reed) in November 2004 . There she worked on Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases. She left in January 2012 to start her own firm Brunson Law LLC, with a focus on tailoring her legal services to the specific needs of individual clients. She is a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute, South Carolina Bar, International Women’s Insolvency and Restructuring Confederation, and the South Carolina Association for Justice. She served on the board for the South Carolina Bankruptcy Law Association. Mrs. Brunson has been a speaker at the South Carolina Bankruptcy Law Association’s seminar and served on the 2012 and 2013 Seminar Committee. She has an AV Preeminent Rating from Martindale-Hubbell based on peer reviews. This is the highest possible rating in both legal ability and ethical standards that an attorney can receive.
Colleen Brunson resides in Columbia, South Carolina, with her husband Sonny and their family. Her office is located in downtown Columbia and she is happy to offer free initial consultations and after-hours or even weekend appointment times.
If you need a Columbia Bankruptcy Attorney, call 803-403-1955 and speak with Colleen Brunson today.
Major Consumer Protections Announced in Response to COVID-19
This includes a statewide moratorium on foreclosure hearings, foreclosure sales, writs of ejectment, all matters relating to foreclosures until further order of Chief Justice. See the following link for the full order: https://www.sccourts.org/whatsnew/displaywhatsnew.cfm?indexID=2464
Read the full Article on changes nationwide at the following link. https://library.nclc.org/major-consumer-protections-announced-response-covid-19