do i need an attorney to file for Chapter 7
2 Answers from Attorneys
No, but an attorney can make things go a lot smoother and protect you from certain pitfalls.
Feel free to call us if you want to talk.
No, you do not need an attorney to file bankruptcy, however, the bankruptcy laws and forms are complicated and you may have difficulty preparing them yourself. In addition, you may have assets that need protection. An attorney can assist you in that regard.
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