How much does it cost to hire a bankruptcy lawyer in Pennsylvania?
The price of a personal bankruptcy attorney in Pennsylvania is approximately $1,222.50, although prices vary depending on the type and the complexity of the bankruptcy. Most bankruptcy attorneys charge a flat fee to cover their basic services.
The vast majority of people who file for bankruptcy either file Chapter 7 or 13. Chapter 7 is fairly quick. Chapter 13 takes up to 3 to 5 years to repay outstanding debts and is usually fairly complex. In many instances an experienced bankruptcy attorney can help a client determine which Chapter would be right for them. You should also note that Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies also have filing and administrative fees.
Other Bankruptcy FAQs:
- Are Alimony Debts and Payments Discharged in Bankruptcy?
- Are Income Taxes Dischargeable in Bankruptcy?
- Are My Student Loans Dischargeable in Bankruptcy?
- Can A Creditor Repossess My Car Without Informing Me?
- Can Bankruptcy Help My Credit Score?
- Can Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Save My Home From Foreclosure?
- Can I Convert From a Chapter 13 to a Chapter 7 or From a Chapter 7 to a Chapter 13 in Pennsylvania?
- Can I discharge A Federal Tax Lien?
- Can I File Chapter 7 and Still Keep My Car?
- Can I Keep My Boat If I File A Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?
- Can I Keep My Car After Filing Chapter 13?
- Can I Keep My Vacation Home If I File Bankruptcy?
- Can My Bankruptcy Be Denied?
- Does a Chapter 13 Ruin Your Credit?
- Does Filing Bankruptcy Result in Increased Taxes?
- How Much Does It Cost to Hire a Bankruptcy Lawyer in Pennsylvania?
- How Often Can I File For Bankruptcy in Pennsylvania?
- What Happens to Your Car Loan When You File Chapter 7?
- What to Do If Your Wages Are Garnished in Pennsylvania?
- Will Filing Chapter 7 Hurt My Credit?
- Will I Lose My Retirement Account if I File For Bankruptcy?
- Will The Trustee Come to My House?