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Chapter 7 Bankruptcy for $850.00*
Good News! We keep our expenses and overhead at a minimum in order to offer you the most competitive rates we can. We charge a very low flat rate fee for Chapter 7 Bankruptcies. This fee also includes the cost of the two required credit counseling courses and the cost of pulling your credit report. So no surprises. My fee also includes a FREE credit report review four-to-six months after the bankruptcy discharge. The purpose of the review is to make sure that the information on your credit report is correct after the bankruptcy so that you can make the most out of your fresh start.
Our low fee does not mean that we skimp on personal service. I will personally and professionally handle your case. I will be with you every step of the way. And I will be be responsive to all of your questions, concerns, emails, texts, and phone calls. If I can’t respond immediately, I try to be in touch within 24 hours.
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*We give discounts of $100 to veterans, first responders, and clients whose sole income is SSI and SSD. The quoted $850 Chapter 7 fee is for single filers in the following counties: Jefferson, Anderson, Breckinridge, Bullitt, Carroll, Franklin, Hardin, Henry, Larue, Marion, Meade, Nelson, Oldham, Owen, Shelby, Spencer, Trimble, and Washington. For fees in other counties in the Western District of Kentucky, add $100.00. For couples, add $50. My professional fee does not include the $335.00 bankruptcy court filing fee.
Low Cost Bankruptcy
Lawson at Law, PLLC is dedicated to helping ordinary folk in times of extraordinary economic stress. We understand that the decision to file for bankruptcy is difficult and can be overwhelming. We understand that you probably don’t want to file bankruptcy. Rather, you’re considering bankruptcy because it may be the best of limited options. Our goal is to help you determine if bankruptcy is in your best interest and, if so, to make certain that you receive the maximum benefit from filing for bankruptcy.