Everyone these days is looking for a deal. This is something I understand as I too am always looking to save a dime. I dissect every grocery store ad in search of the least expensive chicken and stock up when I see the $1.47/lb special. I pay attention to gas prices and fill up frequently when gas prices are increasing and wait until I am on empty to fill up when gas prices are falling (talk to your local bankruptcy attorney if you don’t understand why). When I am grocery shopping I will often buy the generic product instead of the brand name because it is cheaper. I know all about sacrificing quality for economy because I like to save money.
I know others do too. However, the economic choice isn’t always the smartest choice; sometimes it can lead to disaster. I don’t mean to say that you will get food poisoning from any dark soda Dr. that isn’t Mr. Pepper, but on some things it’s important to make sure you get quality. This is particularly true when it comes to legal issues. It is concerning that many people ask, “Why should I pay a lawyer?” There are many paralegals out there and document preparation centers that claim to be able to provide you with “everything you need” to file bankruptcy.
All too often, however, I see people come into my office who tried filing on their own or used a paralegal only to find out the paralegal gave them bad advice, or they filed something incorrectly. Although I enjoy helping these people, it pains me to see that my client ends up having to pay more than they should have. Not only do they pay my fees, but they had to pay extra fees just to have the first person make mistakes.
In an effort to help those looking to save money, and persuade those pinching pennies to hire based on quality instead of just economy, I have decided to change my pricing structure to try and help people with relatively simple cases who are trying to save money. Previously, I charged one flat rate for every chapter 7 bankruptcy that walked in my office door. While the average customer still pays about $2,150 for fees and costs, I am now offering discounted rates for simple chapter 7 cases starting at $1,200 plus costs.
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