Basic case: $750
with gross annual receipts of < $30,000: +$250;
with gross annual receipts of > $30,000: +$100
Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Monterey,
Remainder of Chapter 13 attorney fees is paid in monthly installments. They could be as low as $55 and are set by Bankruptcy Court. Remaining attorney fees are included in your monthly Chapter 13 case payments and are spread over 3 to 5 years with no interest. Note that we start getting paid only after your Chapter 13 bankruptcy plan gets approved by the judge.
We serve California Bay Area residents who live in
Santa Clara County, Santa Cruz County, San Benito County, Monterey County, San Mateo County, San Francisco County, Alameda County and Contra Costa County.
If you have scheduled appointment with us before, are an existing or former client, do not currently live in the Bay Area, are already in the pending bankruptcy case, or want to inquire about any other possible services other than bankruptcy representation,
please call or e-
If you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment,
please let us know 24 hours ahead of time.
Optional Emergency Filing:
While usually it takes about 10 business days to prepare the petition, we can accommodate you if you wish your Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 petition to be filed within 48 hours.
You petition will be filed in 48 hours (weekends and holidays included) after you submit all the documents needed to prepare your case. Your bankruptcy cost may increase if you choose emergency filing option.
Additional attorney fees for emergency filing of Chapter 7 - $300
Retainer for emergency filing of Chapter 13 - $1000 ( note that retainer does not increase the total attorney fees and as a result your Chapter 13 payments may be lower )
Other Bankruptcy Costs (collected by courts and court-
Court filing fee for Chapter 7 -
Court filing fee for Chapter 13 -
Credit counseling classes required by the court -