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how much is the estimated cost to file a chapter 7 bankruptcy in prescott arizona?

I just came from a bankruptcy lawyer in california and she wants 1799 up front total including everything for a chapter 7 bankruptcy. I am moving to prescott valley arizona in three weeks and wonder if it will cost less if I move there and wait the 90 days and file there. Can anyone help?

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3 Responses to "how much is the estimated cost to file a chapter 7 bankruptcy in prescott arizona?"

  1. Ed Atun says:
    Most will charge you $3,500.

    You can do it yourself for $200 total but you will be worried about making a mistake. The Clerk of the Court is pretty helpful.

  2. Metty B says:
    No, you need not to pay $3500 or something 1799. One of my friend filed chapter 7 in california and he hasn’t pay that much amount to attorney. You can ask directly online for the fees, my friend had used the link http://www.diy4law.com/ask-our-expert.php to contact with bankruptcy attorney.
    Hope it will help you to pay less than any other
  3. Graham I says:
    Make sure you seek help from a trusted expert in the bankruptcy field. You don’t want to make any mistakes that can harm your credit for years to come. Try calling a lawyer to make sure you do the right thing. http://www.bankruptcylawyersite.com

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