There are many reasons you might choose to file Centennial, Littleton or Aurora Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Perhaps you want to avoid home foreclosure or keep up with your mortgage payments. Though you may be familiar with the benefits of Chapter 13 bankruptcy, it’s also important to talk about Chapter 13 bankruptcy fees involved.
Centennial Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Allows You to Pay Through the Plan
In Centennial Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, your attorney fees are one of the things you can pay “through the plan.” This means that after the case is filed, you can pay a portion of your attorney fees simply by making the regular plan payments you would make anyway.
Littleton Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Fees: No One Size Fits All Policy
At Arrington Law Firm, we understand you are likely filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy because you are in a financial bind. That’s why we work with your financial situation. At Arrington Law Firm, we do not have a “one size fits all” fee policy. Instead, we give you an absolutely free initial consultation where we take your individual circumstances into account. Only then do we quote you a fee, and we stand by that fee quote from the beginning of the case to the end. In a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, we usually accept a portion of the fee up front and work with the client to include the remainder of the fee in the plan. Filing an Aurora Chapter 13 bankruptcy with an experienced bankruptcy lawyer is always in your best interest because of its complexity and the expertise needed to file it well.