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Contact us today to see if you can qualify for bankruptcy protection. Mount Vernon bankruptcy attorney serving Skagit County. (360) 707-7634.

We offer free consultations. If you decide to hire us, you can retain us for just $200. With the retainer, you know you have an attorney and we know we have a client. At that point we are available to answer your questions and take calls from your creditors while you are getting ready to file bankruptcy.

You can pay the rest of your fees in installments. While you are making payments, feel free to call us with questions about the bankruptcy. The weeks and months leading up to a bankruptcy filing can be crucial. It is good to have an attorney you can check in with for advice because many aspects of bankruptcy may be surprising. You do not want to make a bad decision in the months leading up to filing your case.

We can take a debit card number or you can write post dated checks to us to make paying the installments easier. A friend or relative can pay your fees but they need to realize that you are our client, not them. We would be looking out for your interests and anything you tell us would be confidential.

Normally, we need all our fees paid up front before we file a Chapter 7. In some cases we can file the case for part of the fees paid up front. In a Chapter 13, some of the fees are paid before we file the case and some are consolidated with the rest of your debt in a Chapter 13 repayment plan.

Our fees are negotiable. Once we meet face to face, we can get a better idea of how much our fees will be. We charge flat fees, meaning we don’t charge for every phone call or meeting you have with our office. You will know exactly how much your bankruptcy will cost. After meeting with you, we estimate how much work your bankruptcy will be. If the case turns out to be a little more complicated than we estimated, you know that they fee will remain the same. However, there are a few exceptional occurrences in bankruptcy cases that may require additional fees. These occurrences are rare and you will be advised of whether they are likely in your case.