Unfortunately, there is no such thing as a cheap California bankruptcy attorney. In fact, attorney fees for even the simplest bankruptcy typically start at $750! Luckily, filing bankruptcy is a very easy process that almost never requires legal advice. Therefore, by hiring a bankruptcy petition preparer to help with your paperwork, you can save hundreds of dollars! However, note that A People's Choice no longer offers bankruptcy services.
Filing a simple Chapter 7 bankruptcy with an attorney can cost between $1500 and $2500! So what are you supposed to do if you need to file bankruptcy and cannot afford to hire representation? Luckily, you do NOT need an attorney to complete this process. Plus, understanding how and why people file bankruptcy will help you have a clearer image of how to complete the paperwork on your own.
Just how fast can bankruptcy documents be prepared and filed? Pretty Fast! Unfortunately, A People’s Choice no longer offers bankruptcy document preparation services. However, by hiring a bankruptcy petition preparer, you can face emergency financial situations with ease.
If you're filing bankruptcy and in need of some tips, read on to learn how you can make the process easier both before and after filing. Plus, find the answer to our clients' most burning question.
Anyone filing bankruptcy in California doesn't need to hire an expensive attorney. If you're looking for a cheap way to file bankruptcy, consider hiring a bankruptcy petition preparer. Although our office no longer offers bankruptcy document preparation services, you can find a trustworthy, experienced preparer who does.
What is a legal document assistant and how does it compare to a paralegal? Believe it or not, hiring a legal document assistant can help you save thousands of dollars you would otherwise waste on an attorney! To help you determine which process is better for you, we've outlined from A to Z everything a legal document assistant can do.
Under federal bankruptcy law, before a person can complete a bankruptcy case, he or she must meet with a credit counseling organization. In fact, one of the required forms before a person’s debts can be discharged in bankruptcy is a certificate confirming that he or she has had the meeting with the credit counselor. This [...]
When a person feels as though he or she is drowning in debt, the decision to file for bankruptcy may seem like the way out. While filing for bankruptcy can eliminate most consumer debt, there are other kinds of debt that are nearly impossible to discharge in bankruptcy. Student loans in particular are notoriously difficult to [...]
Going through financial crisis in your life can be crippling. If you live in California, have massive debt due to medical, business, educational or even personal spending habits, it may be necessary to hit the reset button and consider filing for bankruptcy in California. For many, this is a last option due to the consequences on [...]
Amendments to Official Bankruptcy Forms 3A (Application for Individuals to Pay the Filing Fee in Installments), 3B (Application to Have the Chapter 7 Filing Fee Waived), 6I (Schedule I: Your Income), 6J (Schedule J: Your Expenses), 6 Summary (Summary of Schedules), 23 (Debtor’s Certification of Completion of Instructional Course Concerning Financial Management) and 27 (Reaffirmation Agreement Cover Sheet), [...]