Can an attorney file bankruptcy?

Answer Yes, an attorney can file a bankruptcy on behalf of a client. In fact, it is recommended by the U.S. Bankruptcy Courts. Many attorneys specialize in bankruptcy cases. The National Association of Co... Read More »

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Do I need an attorney to file a bankruptcy?

Although corporations and partnerships must have an attorney to file bankruptcy, individuals have the right to represent themselves in a bankruptcy court. When an individual files a bankruptcy with... Read More »

Can I file Chapter 7 bankruptcy without an attorney?

You possess the legal right to file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy without retaining an attorney. The U.S. Bankruptcy Court makes standard forms as well as guidelines available to people not represented by... Read More »

Can I file Chapter 13 bankruptcy without an attorney?

It is possible to file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy without an attorney. However, due to the complex nature of the bankruptcy laws, the more property an individual could stand to lose, the more advisa... Read More »

What is the attorney fee for bankruptcy?

The fees that bankruptcy attorneys charge depend on the type of bankruptcy that is being filed. For Chapter 7 bankruptcy, lawyers may charge between $600 and $3,000, depending on the location of th... Read More »