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Bankruptcy??????? Attorney fees?

Do you have to go with the attorney that gives you a consultation on Bankruptcy? Weather it be that his fees are to high or after hearing what he has to say or taking the means test you don’t agree with what they say.. Do you still have to go through with it? What’s a nice way to say thanks but no thanks?


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2 Responses to "Bankruptcy??????? Attorney fees?"

  1. RetiredDebtFree says:
    No, you can go to several attorneys for a free consultation. Just tell him or her that you will think it over, and say goodbye nicely as you leave. You are under no obligation if you only use the free consultation period.
  2. Judy says:
    Before considering a bankruptcy go get a book on the subject.
    Libraries and bookstores have many, many good ones – some specifically for your state.
    This way – at least you’ll know if you qualify and the book will answer any questions you have.
    This could save you time and money.

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