Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
Chapter 7 bankruptcy allows a person to eliminate most types of debts completely, while allowing a person to keep all assets that are exempt from creditors. The court filing fee and attorney’s fee for Chapter 7 bankruptcy must be paid in advance. If a person wants Chapter 7 bankruptcy and is not in a big hurry to file, in many cases it makes sense for them to stop making payments on their debts and use the savings to make monthly payments toward the attorney’s fee. Our Brooklyn Center bankruptcy attorney accepts monthly payments and file the case when all of the fees are paid. Sometimes a family member gives clients a gift or a loan of the funds. Sometimes clients have enough in savings to cover the fee or they are able to borrow the funds from their 401k plan.
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
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Attorney fees and filing fees vary according to each case type. In order to discuss your best options, schedule an appointment with our Brooklyn Center bankruptcy attorney.