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CT Bankruptcy Lawyer and CT Bankruptcy Attorney Tips For Individuals Considering Filing for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Connecticut

Bankruptcy Tip # 1 – Bankruptcy Eligibility

Bankruptcy Tip # 2 – How Much Does Bankruptcy Cost?

Updated video currently in production and will be released shortly. However, current fee for a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Representation is $1,749.00, which is “all-inclusive”. This is the total you will pay from the beginning to the end of your case. The quoted fee includes the legal fee, the $335 court filing fee, credit counseling fee, and credit report fee. If you own real estate, an additional fee for a title search and a competitive market analysis from a real estate agent will be charged if you need us to secure these documents for you, which we will be happy to do. Add $250 total for these two items.

Bankruptcy Tip # 3 – Saving Your Retirement Accounts

Bankruptcy Tip # 4 – Fraudulent Conveyances

Bankruptcy Tip # 5 – Insider Preferences

Bankruptcy Tip # 6 – Life After Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy Tip # 7 – Honest Always The Best Policy

Bankruptcy Tip # 8 – Save Your Income and Assets

Bankruptcy Tip # 9 – What Debts Are Dischargeable In Bankruptcy