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Low upfront fee Chapter 13 bankruptcy attorney for Greenville
Greenville, SC article written by bankruptcy attorney Daniel Stone
Greenville is an amazing city with a renovated downtown. If you currently live in Greenville and are experiencing economic problems, feel free to call me at my Columbia office. Although I do not have Greenville office at this time, I can offer free phone consultations to minimize any travel time. In addition, I have flexible affordable payment plan options -especially for Chapter 13 cases. In many cases if you have proof of full time continuous employment for atleast the last 12 months and you agree to your trustee payment being paid directly from your pay check, I can usually agree to accept a low cost upfront legal fee to file your chapter 13 bankruptcy. You will only be responsible for the filing fee after paying a reasonable inexpensive upfront legal fee. The remaining legal fees will be paid through the Chapter 13 plan. Please note there are some exceptions to the low upfront fees such as substantial tax debts, multiple bankruptcy filings, and business related cases. Please set up a free consultation to see if your case can be filed for low upfront legal fees.
Please review other Chapter 13 blogs on this site to see if Chapter 13 bankruptcy is right for you. In many cases, Chapter 13 bankruptcy can help save your house from foreclosure and cars from repossession. Chapter 13 can also help debtors with credit card debts, medical bills, tax debts, child support arrearages, finance loans, and other types of debts.