Our firm bills hourly at rates several hundred dollars per hour on hourly fee engagements for attorney time, and bills flat rate engagements on a similar structure with estimated time frames for labor. But we do not compete with cut-rate service providers offering bate and switch rates to lure their clients.
Bankruptcy can be a great option to protect assets and mitigate liabilities by obtaining a discharge, but it is also based on complicated federal law and case law with inherent dangers. A budget bankruptcy law firm or attorney may not take the time to understand the risks because they can't possibly afford to review property records, liens, and spend personal time with you to understand whether you have any contingent assets.
Understanding your assets is crucial. Our office needs to know everything that you own, have an interest in now, or may have an interest in the future, even if that interest is contingent upon something else happening. This contingent interest may include the passing of a relative, an interest in a trust, or upon prevailing in a lawsuit as a plaintiff.
Perhaps the most intriguing asset that most Chapter 7 trustees focus on in is an interest in real estate of the debtor, or possibly the transfer of real estate in the four years prior to the filing of your bankruptcy case. All of this is pertinent to protecting and preventing an adversary complaint against clients for some type of fraudulent transfer or having a Chapter 7 Trustee liquidate (sell) your home because it is worth more than the liens against it.
Our service rates may be higher than the marketing you see at intersections on a corner sign, but with what you could possibly have at stake with losing your house or being sued within bankruptcy, you cannot afford to use a cut-rate service provider.
Our reviews scattered across the web on BBB, Yelp! and Google provide examples of clients thrilled with our services and the value that we provide.