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Making It Affordable For Low-Income Debtors to File Bankruptcy

The legal system, especially when it comes to bankruptcy, should be open to everyone that needs it. Just not those that can afford it.

On June 16th, 2021 Van Horn Law Group won a case in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Southern District of Florida (Case No. 20-8268-LMI), confirming a more affordable process for attorneys to provide bankruptcy services to underserved, low-income communities. In addition, the win ensures a more reasonable option to paying thousands of fees upfront prior to the bankruptcy filing.

In the next Live event scheduled for June 23rd, Bankruptcy Attorney Chad Van Horn will discussing more about bifurcated agreements in Chapter 7 cases, and how this helps low-income debtors to have access to the bankruptcy process.

Join us June 23rd, 2021 at 12:00 pm (EST) on Facebook for this Live event.

Register on our Facebook page at Van Horn Law Group to get notifications about this event. Have a question you want Chad to answer? DM us on Facebook and Chad will do his best to answer any questions.

PLEASE NOTE: On the day and time of the event, we will be streaming LIVE to the Van Horn Law Group Facebook Timeline

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Making It Affordable For Low-Income Debtors to File Bankruptcy
Location
Van Horn Law Group, 330 N Andrews Ave #450,Fort Lauderdale,FL-33301
Starting on
June 23, 2021
Ending on
June 23, 2021
Description
In this Live event, Bankruptcy Attorney Chad Van Horn will discussing how low-income debtors can have access to the bankruptcy process.
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