How Much Do Bankruptcy Lawyers Charge?

How Much Do Bankruptcy Lawyers Charge?

  • By:Lars Olsen
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If your debt has become an insurmountable problem for you, the prospect of spending money in an effort to find a way out of the situation may not sound very appealing. You may come to the conclusion that bankruptcy is the only logical option for you, but you are not a bankruptcy lawyer so you probably don’t know where to start. While it is possible to file a bankruptcy without an attorney, many people will actually save money when they engage the services of our firm.

While all attorneys, particularly experienced attorneys, are expensive, a bankruptcy attorney will likely be the least expensive attorney you will ever hire. Chapter 7 attorney fees will typically run between $1,000 and $2,000. Chapter 13 attorney fees will range from $3,000 to $6,000. A business case might be more for either a 7 or 13.

The attorneys here at OlsenDaines decided to become bankruptcy lawyers for a very particular reason: We sincerely want to help our neighbors get back on track financially. It is gratifying to go to work every day with the knowledge that we are helping others, and we know that many of our clients are going to find it difficult to pay legal fees. With this in mind, we have made a commitment to value-based pricing. Our firm offers free initial case evaluations, so you can take the first step without reaching into your pocket for a single penny. If you decide to move forward, we can be retained for as little as just $200 in most cases.

We have offices in Portland, Eugene, Salem, Bend, Roseburg, and many other communities throughout the state of Oregon, and we also serve residents of Vancouver and Tri-Cities in Washington. If you would like to schedule a consultation, send us a message through our contact page and we will get back in touch with you as soon as possible.

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