LOW COST, AFFORDABLE BANKRUPTCY FEES
Attorney Keith F. Carr is a Bankruptcy attorney that charges affordable bankruptcy fees. Low cost Bankruptcy attorneys make filing for bankruptcy possible and convenient. Our branch office is located at 1250 Oakmead Parkway, Sunnyvale, California. We are also located in San Francisco. Attorney Keith F. Carr has a 5-star Yelp rating.
In comparison with other Chapter 7 Bankruptcy attorneys, we charge an affordable fixed fee for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy. Our fee does not include the bankruptcy court filing fee and other costs - see below). Your actual attorneys fees will depend on the complexity of your case and your financial situation. Payment plans are available.
Some attorneys may charge over $2,500.00 to $3,000 or more for a simple Chapter 7 Bankruptcy case. Attorney Keith F. Carr charges an affordable fixed fee for Chapter 7
Monthly payments for your credit cards may put a significant strain on your paycheck. These monthly payments mainly cover interest-only charges. Or you may have unexpected medical bills which make it impossible to cover all your monthly bills, such as car loans or credit card bills You may have ever increasing payday loans, which prevent you from meeting the required monthly payments for credit cards. Or your wages are about to be garnished. There may be other personal expenses straining your budget.If you file Chapter 7, you can wipe out these debts and get a fresh start. In Chapter 13, you can make a payment plan to repay your debts. We offer a free, confidential initial consultation to determine your bankruptcy options. We prepare and guide you through the entire bankruptcy process.
In addition to the fixed fee for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, you must pay for the Court Filing Fee for Chapter 7, which is currently $335.00. There are other costs for your Chapter 7 Bankruptcy that you must consider:Learn more about other costs of Chapter 7 Bankruptcy.
EMERGENCY BANKRUPTCY FILING
The Law Offices of Keith F. Carr can handle emergency bankruptcy filings to stop foreclosure of your home, wage garnishments, bank account levies, lawsuits and other collection actions. Read more our emergency bankruptcy unit.