Legal fees are a big source of mystery to most people, as very few have to deal with attorneys and legal matters on a regular basis. It can be confusing, as it’s one of those thing for which there can be a number of different answers for the same question.
The most common for individuals are Chapter 7 or Chapter 13, the most common filings for businesses are Chapter 7 or Chapter 11. Before filing for a Chapter 7 an individual must pass the bankruptcy means test, a test designed to filter out higher incomes that could be shifted to Chapter 13 or Chapter 11 – which are more complex filings. There are some fees that are inflexible and these are associated with the federal courts.
Each case is different, and if you are considering filing for bankruptcy, I urge you to take advantage of a free initial consultation. Our offices are open seven days a week in both Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach – and we also offer a 10 percent discount to public service workers. We can help you get your life and business back on track, and show you that bankruptcy is not an ending, but a new beginning
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