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Your payments for the attorney fee can be broken into no-pressure payments. Payments can be Money Order, Cashier's Check, and of course, cash.

The First Payment

With the first payment we receive, we will start working on your bankruptcy case, gathering information, crafting your bankruptcy petition and schedules. If you have questions, we're available to talk with you about your issues and concerns. Just call.

Other Payments

The timing and amount of the other payments are entirely up to you. You control when you make them, and how much they are. You are in charge. We figure that you know best how much money to apply to your groceries and food or rent, and how much to dedicate towards moving your bankruptcy case closer to Filing Day.

The Last Payment

When your final payment is received, the magical Filing Day can come. We will go over your bankruptcy schedules with you, explaining everything in detail. Then we sign and shortly thereafter, we will file your petition with the bankruptcy court.

We can work things out where you're paying the total fee into 2 or 3 payments, or in some cases, even more. Of course, your lawyer has to be paid before Filing Day, or else he will be just like all the other creditors, and we don't want to treat him that way!

Contact us and we can work out a free, no-interest, flexible no-hassle payment plan for you.


Note: this is not to be confused with the Chapter 13 Payment Plan.



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We provide legal assistance and help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code