Do you need to file Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Florida without an attorney? Attorney Alternatives has been typing and preparing Chapter 7 Bankruptcy forms for two decades. We use the same bankruptcy software used by the majority of law firms, assuring that your forms are the most current and up-to-date.
We at Attorney Alternatives understand that filing bankruptcy is a difficult decision. Having typed over 10,000 bankruptcies in the past two decades, we realize the stress our clients experience leading up to the decision to file; repeated harassing phone calls, law suits, foreclosures, frozen bank accounts and wage garnishments. At Attorney Alternatives, you'll be treated with compassion, respect and understanding.
Representing yourself in a bankruptcy should not be taken lightly. While the great majority of our cases are relatively simple and straightforward, there can be instances in which our client may need the limited assistance of an attorney. Perhaps you're not sure if all of your assets can be protected if you file Chapter 7. Or you may need assistance with the Means Test, the portion of the bankruptcy forms that determines if you qualify to wipe out your debts.
Attorney Alternatives can provide you a list of attorneys that will charge you an affordable, flat fee to assist you with the parts of the bankruptcy forms that you don't feel comfortable completing by yourself. As nonlawyers, we are not permitted to give legal advice or advise you of your rights. While most of our clients are comfortable filling out the forms without assistance, you can have the peace of mind knowing that an experienced, licensed bankruptcy attorney is only a phone call away if needed.
We are a Debt Relief Agency which helps people file for relief under the bankruptcy code, pursuant to the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention & Consumer Protection Act.