As in other states, the filing fee for Chapter 7 bankruptcy is $299.00, and the filing fee for Chapter 13 bankruptcy is $274.00. A waiver of the Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing fee is possible if your household composition and income meets certain criteria determined by the federal poverty guidelines. Furthermore, you can enter into a payment plan for the Chapter 7 filing fee even if you don’t qualify for a fee waiver.
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