It may seem counter-intuitive, but it’s a fact – filing for bankruptcy and hiring a bankruptcy attorney costs money. But how do you get that money if you are filing for bankruptcy? Aren’t you filing for bankruptcy because you have no money to spare?
Just because you are lacking in funds doesn’t mean you shouldn’t meet with a bankruptcy attorney. Some quality attorneys offer free consultations that will give you the opportunity to sit down with a professional and explore your options. Full services debt relief attorneys should have solutions for you that don’t include bankruptcy, like debt settlement or mortgage modification. Filing for bankruptcy may not be necessary in your particular case. You never know until you talk to a professional.
Keep in mind too that some attorneys offer payment plans. You can make payments in flexible, manageable installments over several months. Reputable bankruptcy attorneys understand the situation you are in and will make every effort to help you pay your fees.
If you end up filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you can also pay your legal fees over the lifetime of the payment plan, which usually lasts between three and five years.
If you find yourself in financial distress and need a solution, an experienced debt relief law firm such as Harold Shepley & Associates would be able to answer your questions with a free consultation.
Contact us today at 1-866-284-7062 or visit us at www.shepleylaw.comto find out more information on your debt relief options.