If you have found yourself in the spot of needing a chapter 7 bankruptcy attorney, but you have no money to pay, there are options you can take
The Options Can Vary
Most chapter 7 bankruptcy attorneys, will charge you a flat fee in order to start the process. This could always be subject to change, but for most attorney’s you will need to pay their fee in order to get started. This is because the last thing you would want to do in a debt piling situation is now be piled on with more debt to the attorney themselves.
Working Around the Situation
There are some ways you can work around your current debt to pay the attorney’s fee. For instance, if you are paying off credit card debt, you could stop and save that money up. This is so that you can afford to pay the chapter 7 bankruptcy attorney, and then they will help you handle the initial debt you just piled up
While this is not the most ideal way to go about this situation, it is one of the options you have available to help with your bankruptcy and debt. Doing this will help pay the attorney and relieve your current situation.