Do I need an attorney to file for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?
While an attorney is not required to file for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, it is strongly encouraged that you retain a qualified bankruptcy lawyer to help you through the process. A lawyer will be there to help answer questions such as whether or not you qualify for Chapter 13 and exactly what your financial obligations will be after your Chapter 13 Bankruptcy has concluded.
Finally, filing bankruptcy is a complex process. One wrong move can affect your chances of successfully achieving your financial goals.
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Additional Chapter 13 Bankruptcy FAQs
- I want to know if I qualify for bankruptcy – what are the eligibility requirements?
- Can I file for bankruptcy every few years?
- How will a lawyer help with my Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?
- What is a bankruptcy trustee and who is the United States trustee?
- How much does a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Attorney cost?
- Will my Chapter 13 Bankruptcy case be stronger if I use a lawyer?
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