Articles Comments

Debt Relief – Insolvency – Bankruptcy Information » Bankruptcy Law » Does it make a difference to an attorney which bankruptcy chapter you file?

Does it make a difference to an attorney which bankruptcy chapter you file?

Hi, would an attorney push for chapter 13 instead of chapter 7 bankruptcy? Do attorneys benefit when filing different ways? Do they make more money one way over the other? Thank you

RELATED POSTS:

  1. Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Attorney – Will Filing Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Reduce My House or Car Payments? www.DuncanLawOnline.com Duncan Law – Will Filing Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Reduce My House or Car Payments? Bankruptcy information, Chapter 7...

  2. New York NY Bankruptcy Lawyer Manhattan Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Attorney New York www.themeyerslawfirm.com 212-252-1212 New York Attorneys at Myers Law Firm help people that are seeking debt relief through Chapter 7...

  3. Benefits Of Availing Filing Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Attorney Chapter 11 is typically a re-organization plan usually used by small businesses to keep their struggling businesses from going totally...

  4. Riverside Bankruptcy Attorney | Discharge Debt in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy & Chapter 13 Bankruptcy www.CaliforniaBankruptcyRelief.com Contact us for a FREE bankruptcy consultation from a Riverside Bankruptcy Lawyer or Orange County Bankruptcy Attorney who...

  5. Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Attorney Massachusetts www.massachusettsbankruptcyinfo.com Filing Chapter 13 bankruptcy may clear debt, stop creditor harassment, and provide additional time to repay bills. Attorney...

Written by

Filed under: Bankruptcy Law · Tags: , , , ,

One Response to "Does it make a difference to an attorney which bankruptcy chapter you file?"

  1. capwest5a says:
    No, they make the same fee regardless of the chapter filed generally. But they DO know the laws, and it seems that more and more that Ch 13 is what they recommend (if you have any income). Too many people have abused the Ch 7 bankruptcy laws by filing again and again every nine years. Now the courts want people to at least pay PART of their debt back, hence they have instituted what is called the ‘means test’.

Leave a Reply

Connect with Facebook

*

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>

Not finding what you're looking for?
Do a custom search of our entire site:

Get Adobe Flash player