Too poor to file bankruptcy

It doesn’t really make much sense when you think about it. Why does a bankruptcy attorney charge so much if he or she is already aware you are broke? I mean, you wouldn’t be sitting in their office trying to file for bankruptcy if you had extra money lying around, would you.


Yet, typically bankruptcy attorneys charge anyone from $1000 for a simple chapter 7 bankruptcy, to $5500 for a chapter 13 bankruptcy. Why are the legal fees so high? Because there is a ton of work involved in filing your bankruptcy, and the benefit you receive outweighs the cost. The average US household credit card debt is around $15,706. While that number is high, that is only credit card debt. If you have a repossession on your credit, medical bills, and any other unsecured debts, they all will be discharged in your bankruptcy. No more collection calls, no more garnishments or threatening bill collectors hounding you. From the moment you file, you are protected by the automatic stay which makes it illegal for your collectors to hound you.

I’m sure you are scratching your head right now saying that all sounds wonderful, but how do I pay for those legal fees a bankruptcy attorney charges,  to get the benefits from filing for bankruptcy when I am broke?

A crowdfunding platform specifically for legal fees is taking over the web in an effort to help and to do good for the community. If you need a bankruptcy attorney, the chances are you don’t have friends or family members who can help you pay for the legal services. HOWEVER, you might know 100 people willing to give you $25, each which would cover the cost of your legal fees. is easy to use, and is effective at gaining the support you need to fund your campaign for legal funds. They have made their website very user friendly, and go the extra mile for you. They actually market your campaign leaving the only thing left or you to do is to share the link to the campaign you created with your own social media. Funded Justice does the rest. From posts on social media to  press releases and more, has a serious need to make sure you get your fair and just day in court.


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