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Price of Bankruptcy

In the time that Bankruptcy Law Professionals and our staff has been handling bankruptcy files, we have always maintained a low price compared to the market out there today. Price is important, but don’t let bankruptcy attorneys fool you. You don’t always get what you pay for in the legal field. Some attorneys will price themselves very high to create a perception of high quality, yet they do not have the expertise in the field as they advertise. Maybe they have been an attorney for 20 years, but do they have current experience with today’s bankruptcy standards? Do they know how to interact with the bankruptcy trustees in your area? Bankruptcy trustees in Southern California know us by name. We have worked on hundreds and hundreds of bankruptcy filings in all of the areas we advertise in.

Many of our competitors will advertise a ridiculously low price, but take your time when you work with extremely low advertised prices. More often than not, there are all sorts of hidden fees you might have to pay. Some firms will make you pay to add more creditors. We don’t have a limit on the number of creditors you have. We don’t add more cost if you are dealing with a foreclosure auction or trustee sale. We will take care of notifying your foreclosure trustee as a part of our normal price. The best thing to do when you see a “hard to believe” attorney fee for bankruptcy is to actually get an agreement from them to make sure you have all of your costs accounted for. Make sure you can get an agreement in hand with all the costs outlined for you and that will be the best way for you to get the real price rather than the advertised price.

At Bankruptcy Law Professionals, flat fees and no hidden fees are the best way to maximize your legal dollar spend for bankruptcy to get you the highest quality service as possible. To book an appointment, contact us at 855-257-7671. We have offices in La Mirada, Tustin and Riverside to meet you, 6 days a week!

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