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We’ve put together a quick summary of what you can expect from a first meeting with our team for our most common services, including fees and what to bring with you. It isn’t mandatory, but a little preparation before we meet can often help us move forward with your case much faster.
First, you’ll meet with Monica, our Bankruptcy Coordinator, to discuss your financial situation. It’s important that you let us know all of the details of your money troubles—the more we know, the more we can help.
What to Bring
- A list of all current debts, including your creditors’ names and types of debts
- Your most recent pay stub
- A list of your questions and concerns about bankruptcy.
A basic bankruptcy case typically costs $900 to $1,200, with more complex cases costing more. Court costs not included in estimates.
You’ll meet with Dale Bohannon to discuss your estate planning needs. Don’t worry too much about account numbers, balances, or appraisals—we’ll collect specifics as we move forward—but a little information to start off with will help get the ball rolling faster.
What to Bring
- A list of your assets, property, retirement accounts, etc.
- A list of your concerns, wishes and questions about estate planning.
Our package rate for drafting a basic will, powers of attorney, and living will ranges from $500 for a single person to $750 for a married couple We’ll never recommend a more complicated set of documents than you need.
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