Attorney Fees

Colorado Bankruptcy Law Attorneys

CHAPTER 7 BANKRUPTCY IN COLORADO

Wagner Law Office, P.C. offers Affordable Attorney Fee Rates for Chapter 7 Bankruptcies (click here to read about what a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is).  The fees are largely dependent upon two questions.  First, are you filing by yourself or with a spouse? Second, what is your income?

  • The Attorney Fee for a single person filing a chapter 7 bankruptcy is as low as $600.00.
  • The Attorney Fee for a married couple filing a chapter 7 bankruptcy is as low as $1,000.00.

Are there Colorado bankruptcy attorneys advertising cheaper prices for their services?

Cost of bankruptcy? Attorney FeesYou bet there are…lots of them.  However, there are many reasons not to hire the cheapest person you can find.  By hiring Wagner Law Office, P.C., you’ll get an experienced bankruptcy attorney who will ensure that your case is accurately filed, that your assets are protected and that you are informed as to your obligations and the procedure to expect.

In the end, you want a fair price for a job well done and you want an affordable bankruptcy attorney to provide those services. The idea is that you don’t file for bankruptcy very often. If you need to file, then do it right. Find someone who is going to be fair and will work hard for you. Call the skilled and experienced bankruptcy lawyers at Wagner Law Office, P.C. today so that you can schedule your free consultation. Whether you are filing for bankruptcy in Colorado Springs or in the Denver Metro area, you will find out what your particular issues are. You will find out what your best options are. And you will find out what it will cost you to have the team at Wagner Law Office, P.C. by your side during this process.

CHAPTER 13 BANKRUPTCY IN COLORADO

The cost of a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy (click here to read about what a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy is) in Colorado is a different matter as there are various reasons why someone files for a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy such as:

  • Catching up mortgage payments
  • Removing a second mortgage from the home
  • Paying tax debts
  • Keeping an asset you would have lost in a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
  • Divorce debts/obligations
  • Too much income

Those various reasons can increase or decrease the amount that would need to be charged. Until our experienced bankruptcy attorneys have sat down and discussed with you the particular details of your issues, we wouldn’t know how difficult your case would be and what time and expertise would be required by our staff.