If you are thinking about bankruptcy, you’re already in a difficult financial situation. The thought of hiring an attorney and paying to go through the legal process might seem out of the question. An experienced and effective legal team, however, can be affordable, and qualified advice could end up saving you more than you ever thought possible. Here, we discuss the costs associated with filing for bankruptcy and how they can be managed to set you and your family back on the right track.
Our Attorneys Offer a Flat Fee to Cover All Your Virginia Bankruptcy Needs
At Chesterfield Bankruptcy Law, we offer a flat-fee agreement that encompasses all aspects of bankruptcy. You don’t have to worry about hidden costs or add-ons. Once you receive a quote from Jeanne Hovenden and David Ostwinkle, you can expect we will stick to our word. Our flat fee includes:
- Obtaining credit reports
- Homestead deed filing fees
- Bankruptcy filing fees
- Legal fees
In many cases, individuals or business owners are required to take a credit counseling course. While these are not covered in our fee, they are secured at minimal cost (usually around $10). Every bankruptcy case is as unique as the individual, and the final cost of your case will depend on your circumstance and the intricacy of your situation. Our legal team can help you find ways to cover the costs of your case today.
The Costs of Not Retaining Professional Representation
Many people try to go it alone and manage their debt by themselves. While this can be possible in some cases, it is often difficult and can create further problems.
Our experienced Chapter 7 bankruptcy attorneys practice only bankruptcy law and have been helping Virginians get out of debt for over 20 years. Not only do we understand the law and the legal process, but we have also successfully navigated the system many times before. Regardless of your situation, we are here to find the best solution to meet your needs with knowledge and compassion. Too many people wait until they have exhausted every resource or are entangled in a complicated bankruptcy filing before seeking professional help. Contacting an attorney as early as possible can prevent further complications and save you time, money, and stress.
We are happy to discuss your situation with you with no obligation and to help you decide how to move forward best. If you are considering bankruptcy or if you’re already being forced into it, contact us today for your complimentary initial consultation to learn more about your rights and options.