We’ll show you how to pay your bankruptcy lawyer. We are lawyers who specialize in bankruptcy. So, we All of our clients are broke. That’s why they come to us. Yet, we need to get paid. Otherwise we can’t be here to help you.
Your lawyer should always be straight with you about everything. That includes the true cost of filing bankruptcy. It costs money to file bankruptcy. But the cost is a whole lot less than the debts that you owe. Our firm understands how to keep costs down. We are not trying to get rich off of you. And lawyers don’t get rich representing clients who are broke. At least as far as we know. But if you think we can, please explain how to do it. We’d like to know.
So, how to pay your Bankruptcy Lawyer? Here are some ideas to help you.
Are you still paying debts that will be dischargeable in your bankruptcy?
If so, there is your answer. We are usually able to give you the OK to stop paying them after a consultation. That same money should be enough to get your entire bankruptcy paid for in just a month or two. Instead of paying hopeless debts for the rest of your life, pay one fee for your Bankruptcy. And after that, the money you have been spending on debt payments can be all yours. For the rest of your life.
How to pay your Bankruptcy Lawyer
- Have you saved a few bucks in your IRA account or 401k? If so, you can’t make a wiser investment than getting out of debt. Withdraw a few bucks. Pay your bankruptcy lawyer. And the problem of how to pay your bankruptcy lawyer – solved!
- Are you expecting a tax refund? Most working people get a tax refund every Spring. This Spring, spend yours on a fresh start by paying for your bankruptcy.
- Sell something. Lots of clients have an old car or motorcycle they don’t need.
- Friends and family. They must be getting tired of loaning money for you to pay your debts. Wouldn’t they rather provide you with money that will finally fix your problem? If so, you just found out how to pay your bankruptcy lawyer.
This blog is a publication of Bayer, Wishman & Leotta. You might also like our Human Guide to Bankruptcy. Bayer Wishman & Leotta was established in 1989. We are “The home of the free bankruptcy consultation”.