At West Coast Bankruptcy Attorneys we are committed to providing low cost bankruptcy solutions for residents of the Bay Area. We are committed to providing you with the personal service you deserve for a reasonable fee. Bankruptcy is not a dirty word, but a sound business decision. You should not have to pay $2,000 for a basic Chapter 7 no asset bankruptcy case. Call for a free consultation today toll free at 877-9NEW-LIFE (877-963-9543) or submit your information through our website.
Free Consultations with Attorneys, Not Unlicensed Paralegal/Legal Assistants
All of our consultations are free and with experienced attorneys that have filed hundreds of bankruptcy cases. A typical consultation will last from thirty minutes to an hour depending upon the complexity of the case and how many questions you may have. The goal of each consultation is to determine if bankruptcy is right for you, and if not, what other options may be available to help with your burdensome debt. If we can help by filing bankruptcy, we will quote you reasonable fee and let you know what to expect.
Low Cost Mandatory Courses
We also recommend our clients complete the required courses with the cheapest providers of the courses required to file bankruptcy. Other bankruptcy attorneys will not only use expensive providers of these same courses, but charge a hidden service fee that they do not tell you about. You should not be paying over $14.99 total per person for the required courses. Some attorneys charge their clients over $100.00 for the same exact things. The first course, Credit Counseling, must be completed before the bankruptcy case is filed. The second course, Financial Management Course, must be completed after the bankruptcy case is filed.
Low Cost Three Source Credit Report
We provide credit reports at our cost. We do not charge any processing fees or services when we obtain your credit report from all three credit bureaus. Obtaining an accurate and complete credit report is usually necessary to ensure that all of your debts are listed in the bankruptcy petition.