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What Does It Cost to File for Bankruptcy?

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It now costs $209 to file for bankruptcy under chapter 7 and $194 to file for bankruptcy under chapter 13, whether for one person or a married couple. The court may allow you to pay this filing fee in installments if you cannot pay all at once. If you hire an attorney you will also have to pay the attorney's fees you agree to. more
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It now costs $299 to file for bankruptcy under chapter 7 and $274 to file for bankruptcy under chapter 13, whether for one person or a married couple. The court may allow you to pay this filing fee in installments if you cannot pay all at once. If you hire an attorney you will also have to pay the attorney's fees you agree to. more
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It now costs $299.00 to file for bankruptcy under chapter 7 and $278.00 to file for bankruptcy under chapter 13, whether for one person or a married couple. The court may allow you to pay this filing fee in installments if you can not pay all at once. If you are unable to pay the filing fee in installments, you may request that the court waive the filing fee. If you hire an attorney you will also have to pay the attorneys fees you agree to. more
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The Bankruptcy Court collects a fee to file a bankruptcy petition. It now costs $299 to file for bankruptcy under chapter 7 and $274 to file for bankruptcy under chapter 13, whether for one person or a married couple. The court may allow you to pay this filing fee in installments if you cannot pay all at once. If you hire an attorney to represent you in your bankruptcy case you will also have to pay the attorney's fees you agree to. more
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It now costs $299 to file for bankruptcy under chapter 7 and $274 to file for bankruptcy under chapter 13, whether for one person or a married couple. The court may allow you to pay this filing fee in installments if you can not pay it all at once. If you hire an attorney you will also have to pay the attorney fees you agree to. If you are unable to pay the filing fee in installments in a chapter 7 case, and your household income is less than 150 percent of the official poverty guidelines (for example, the figures for 2007 are $20,535 for a family of two and $30,975 for a family of four), you may request that the court waive the chapter 7 filing fee. The filing fee can not be waived in a chapter 13 case, but it can be paid in installments.
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In addition to attorney’s fees, it costs $299 to file for bankruptcy under chapter 7 and $274 to file for bankruptcy under chapter 13, whether for one person or a married couple. more
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It now costs $299 to file for bankruptcy under chapter 7 and $274 to file for bankruptcy under chapter 13, whether for one person or a married couple. The court may allow you to pay this filing fee in installments if you can not pay it all at once. If you hire an attorney you will also have to pay the attorney fees you agree to.
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The filing fee for Chapter 7 is currently $209 and the filing fee for Chapter 13 is $194. These are the fees charged by the U.S. Bankruptcy Court to file your petition. Attorney's fees vary depending on the nature and complexity of the case. Each case is different and you will be quoted a flat fee during our first consultation. We understand that most clients simply don't have funds available immediately and we will work with you on a payment plan that makes sense for both of us. more
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It now costs $160 to file for bankruptcy, whether for one person or a married couple. The court may allow you to pay this filing fee in installments if you cannot pay all at once. If you hire an attorney you will also have to pay the attorney's fees you agree to. What Property Can I Keep? Note to the Attorney: This answer is accurate for states that permit the federal exemptions. For states which have opted out of federal exemptions, the answer must be adapted to indicate that the debtor's exemptions are those specified by state law. In a chapter 7 case, you can keep all property which the law says is "exempt" from the claims of creditors. You can choose between your exemptions under your state law or under federal law. In many cases, the federal exemptions are better.
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Chapter 7 - $200 ($170 filing fee + $30 noticing fee) Chapter 13 - $185 - ($155 filing fee + $30 noticing fee) The fee is the same when filing a joint petition with a spouse. If you still have questions you can schedule a free consultation with a bankruptcy attorney. more
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