Legal Advice for “Bankruptcy Costs” — 36 results
Written by attorney Dean Paolucci, over 4 years ago.
Written by attorney Douglas M Larsen, about 4 years ago.
The costs associated with a discrimination case can be overwhelming for an employer. Consider a case in Fresno, California from 2009. In the case, the employee claimed he was the victim... more
Written by attorney Sergio Siderman, over 4 years ago.
People seeking legal representation for their personal or small business bankruptcy are in a unique and difficult situation. They are in dire need of the best legal counsel they have ever... more
Written by attorney Jeff Biddle, over 5 years ago.
Application to pay filing fee in installments The court fee for filing a case under Chapter 7 of the Bankruptcy Code is $299, regardless of jurisdiction.
If you cannot afford to pay the... more
Written by attorney Scott Riddle, almost 2 years ago.
Lawyers who handle Chapter 11 Bankruptcy cases for small to medium size businesses usually address these questions in the initial conversation with potential clients. "How much is a... more
Written by attorney Kassia Fialkoff, over 3 years ago.
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy will cost you $299 in filing fees (unless you get a waiver), about $110 for the required credit counseling and credit check.
Attorney fees are not included the in costs... more
Written by attorney Laura Bartels, almost 5 years ago.
Sick of Credit Card Late Fees? Mail the credit card payment by the due date but still get a $39 late fee? Late fees for credit card companies are pure profit. But because I mailed my... more
Written by attorney Nathan Graham, over 3 years ago.
Most of the time, when a client comes into my office to talk about filing bankruptcy, they have urgency to file. We can usually point to a single event that has caused them to seek out... more
Written by attorney John N Skiba, about 3 years ago.
Filing bankruptcy just got slightly more expensive and for some in Arizona it will be more difficult to file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. On November 1st of this year the filing fees for filing... more
Written by attorney Michael Helfand, over 5 years ago.
Hourly vs. contingency An hourly fee is a set amount paid per hour. At the beginning of the case, the attorney will probably require a lump sum, called a retainer. This may be a couple... more