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Will filing bankruptcy affect my power, phone and other utilities?

Legally, you should list past due utility bills, but not just regular monthly utility bills as creditors. These listed creditors cannot refuse service to you, BUT they can charge a deposit that frequently is equivalent to or based upon the amount outstanding. Contact your attorney regarding any such charge. It is rare that I have seen any such charge.

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    If its time to start considering a step toward bankruptcy we're here to help. I have been helping people through the process of filing bankruptcy in South Carolina for over 20 years. We are here for you if you have questions.
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  • Can I go to Jail for not Paying my Bills?

    No, not unless you committed a crime in the creation of the debt (for example, fraud). Simply borrowing money and not being able to pay it back is not a crime. Many creditors representatives will tell you lies on the telephone and say that they will have you put in jail. Perhaps they are too ignorant to know they are wrong or that it is illegal for them even to say that. See More Bankruptcy Q&A