Bankruptcy Attorney in North Augusta, SC
- Experienced: We’ve handled bankruptcy cases for more than 30 years.
- Knowledgeable: We educate you, so you can make confident decisions.
- Trustworthy: We are your dedicated advocate, ready to help protect your interests and your property.
If you are overwhelmed by debt or confused by your bankruptcy options, Lee Ringler Law Offices is ready to help. Lee Ringler opened his law office in 1979 and exclusively handles bankruptcy law cases. He is equipped to file chapter 7 and chapter 13 bankruptcy cases in both South Carolina and Georgia. Trust Lee Ringler to eliminate the complexity of bankruptcy law and help you determine the right solution for your specific financial situation. Call (706) 724-4000 or fill out our online contact form today.
North Augusta, SC, is located along the banks of the Savannah River on the western border of South Carolina. The downtown areas of North Augusta and Augusta, GA, are accessible by multiple bridges crossing the Savannah River. In the early 1900s, North Augusta was growing primarily as a residential and resort area, anchored by the Hampton Terrace Hotel. During the time period, the hotel was extravagant and drew wealthy individuals from other parts of the US, especially during the winter months. The trajectory of North Augusta’s grow shifted in 1916, when a fire destroyed the hotel. Fortunately no lives were lost; however, the hotel was never rebuilt.
In present day, North Augusta has a population of more than 23000 people who live, work, and play across the greater Augusta area and CSRA. Many local businesses and national retailers serve the area. North Augusta is home to two popular outdoor attractions – SRP Park and the North Augusta Greeneway. SRP Park opened in spring 2018, as the home field of the Augusta GreenJackets baseball team, a single A affiliate of the San Francisco Giants. The North Augusta Greeneway includes more than seven miles of paved trails for walking, running and cycling, with plans for continued expansion in planning. At certain points, the trail overlooks the Savannah River. Both of these outdoor activities offer fun for the whole family!