We understand that most people needing to file for bankruptcy don't usually have the money to pay the amount of money that attorneys typically charge upfront. That's why we offer affordable payment plans. Get rid of harrassing calls from creditors while making affordable payments to get your case filed.
If your wages are being garnished (usually 25% of your gross check), you will quickly realized how difficult it is to file bankruptcy with a traditional bankruptcy attorney who requires the full payment upfront. We understand this difficult and usually impossible situation. That's why we offer our Affordable Bankruptcy Progam that allows to to get your case filed for only $550 upfront! Once your case is filed, garnishments, foreclosures, and repossessions legally must stop!
If you chose the Affordable Bankruptcy Program option, and you file a chapter 7 the total cost is $1,900. That is a total cost including the court filing fee, credit counseling course, debtor education course, and credit reports. There are no hidden fees! We will work with you to create a payment schedule after your case has been filed to correspond with your pay days, so that you're sure to never miss a payment. The minimum monthly payment is $225. There is no interest or fees on these payments so long as all the payments are on time. We debit the payments directly from your account on payday to help make sure you never miss a payment.
To qualify for the $550 Down Program, you must be employed and have regular income. Otherwise, you wouldn't be able to make your remaining payments. If your income is irregular, we can discuss a possible silution with you. You must also have an account from which we can setup automatic payments.
Absolutely! If you pay the full chapter 7 fee upfront, we will give you a discount! You can even pay for the fee in simple, convenient, and affordable payments. The discount only applies if you pay the full fee before we file your petition.Get your case filed now by calling us at 801-657-5074 or completing our web form >> today!