Due to the fact that each bankruptcy claim is unique to an individual's financial situation, the cost of bankruptcy will differ from debtor to debtor. The initial filing fee for a
Chapter 7 bankruptcy is generally around $299, while the filing fee for a
Chapter 13 bankruptcy is around $274.
Although the price to file your initial petition for bankruptcy may seem steep at a time when you are in a financial crisis, the benefits of filing for bankruptcy are seen in the long run.
In a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, when a large chunk of your debt is eliminated in a relatively short manner, the repercussions of the small filing fee will be outweighed by the benefits of filing for bankruptcy.
For all of your bankruptcy inquiries and to determine the ultimate cost you will pay for filing for bankruptcy, speak with a Kansas bankruptcy attorney at Rick Hodge, Attorney at Law. The firm is dedicated to seeing they meet yours and your family's sufficient debt relief needs.
Contact Kansas bankruptcy attorney Rick Hodge today to see how he can help you!