The Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing fee listed below is current as of June, 2014.
Important Notes: This fee may be subject to change. Upcoming changes will be announced by the U.S. Bankruptcy Courts. The figure may have changed since our last update and DOES NOT include attorney fees, which vary depending upon location, the complexity of your case and a variety of other factors. It can range from $1,100 to $4,000 (sometimes more) depending on where you live and how complicated your case is.
Chapter 7 was designed to eliminate unsecured debt, which includes:
Once a debt is discharged, you are no longer responsible to pay it.
Because Chapter 7 eliminates debt, not everyone is eligible to file.
Chapter 7 bankruptcy has helped millions of Americans get rid of their unsecured debts.
A bankruptcy lawyer can examine your finances and help you determine whether bankruptcy could help you, and whether you qualify to file Chapter 7.
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