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How much does an attorney charge to file a Ch. 7 Bankruptcy?

Besides the $300 filing fee what does an attorney charge for a ch. 7 bankruptcy?

is an attorney even needed can i do it on my own?

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3 Responses to "How much does an attorney charge to file a Ch. 7 Bankruptcy?"

  1. Doctor Deth says:
    depending on the types of debt you have – you might NOT be allowed to file a chap 7, you may have to go chap 13 an still have to repay a lot of the debt under a court monitored repayment plan – I’ve heard it may cost $2-3000 in total costs for a bankruptcy anymore
  2. SoCal Attorney says:
    Filing bankruptcy without an attorney became much more difficult when the 2005 reform laws went into effect. Legal fees vary by location, but most of my clients end up paying $1500-$2000 in legal fees and about $500 in hard costs (filing fee, credit counseling, credit report, etc.).
  3. ASris says:
    Yes, you can try to do it on your own. However, based on the new bankruptcy laws, you probably should definitely get a bankruptcy lawyer.

    Prices range from $2500 – $900.

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