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Who can help me file bankruptcy for low to no cost an which is better chapter 7 or 13 an what
Who can help me file bankruptcy for low to no cost an which is better chapter 7 or 13 an what is the difference?

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There is no such thing as free or low cost bankruptcy since that is a legal action requiring payment of court fees. Contact an attorney who specializes in bankruptcy and offers a free initial consultation, then listen to what you are told.

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Chapter 7 is full release of all debts.   Chapter 13 is where you have some ability to repay on some of the debts and after a predtermined amount has been paid off through the court then the balance of the debts are paid.   Some of the fees are court fees in your area and they are set.   Attorney fees can vary, you will need to consult with attorneys that are licensed in the area where your courts are located.  Their fees can vary.   The determination of which you would file will be based on your income and assets.

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