One Low Rate for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
The filing fee for a Chapter 7 is $335 and attorney fees dependent on the case. When you add up the legal fees, filing fees, administrative fees and of course the hidden fees, this answer is a little different for almost every law firm out there. Even within a given firm, the answer can be different from client to the next, leaving clients unsure of what they're really going to pay for their Chapter 7 process when it's all said and done.
We do things differently. With The Slomka Law Firm you will pay one low rate for your Chapter 7 Bankruptcy with flexible payment plans available. When you work with our Atlanta Chapter 7 bankruptcy attorneys, you will know exactly what you will end up paying.
What Other Fees Are Added to This Low Rate?
Our one-time charge covers all of the fees and costs associated with obtaining a discharge of debt through Chapter 7 bankruptcy:
- Attorney fees
- Counseling class
- Administrative costs
- Credit searches
- Court filing fees and costs
- Extra fees for most unforeseen circumstances
We even cover the costs of the credit counseling courses that you will need to attend as part of the Chapter 7 bankruptcy process. All of this is included in your one-time fee. Not many firms will go this far to simplify things for their clients.
Money Well Spent
Most people looking into bankruptcy will want to find any way possible to cut costs, and many people might think about going through the process alone, without an attorney. One of the most important reasons why you need an experienced bankruptcy attorney is that we really do know how to save your house and car, and maximize your bankruptcy benefits. We understand all of the potential pitfalls and gains. Saving now could cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars, because a simple clerical error could be the difference between saving your home and losing it.
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If you are struggling with serious debt, you can talk to one of our bankruptcy lawyers at a free initial consultation. We will help you understand your options and the bankruptcy process. Contact us today.