It seems counterintuitive right? How can I pay an attorney when I’m in financial trouble? We get that and we have ways to help. Here are some of them:
- Your 1-hour initial consultation is free. We will do a custom analysis of your financial situation and leave you with concrete options and a strategy to move forward. Come and see what we can do to help.
- If we can help, you can hire the firm for a minimum down payment of just $250.
- You can pay for your bankruptcy over time with a small payment on payday (as little as $25/week)
- Is a friend or family member willing to help? That can be an option, let’s talk.
- Is a ton of your money paying creditors to keep up? Let’s look at your budget and make our fees work for you.
We prefer cash, money order, or other readily available funds. We also accept personal checks but your case cannot be filed until the funds have cleared your bank. We can accept Debit Cards, but not Credit Cards (you can’t incur debt to pay for a bankruptcy).
But What’s the Total Cost?
Every person’s financial circumstances are unique. At your consultation, we will do a custom analysis of your situation, including costs. In the New Mexico market, most consumer bankruptcy cases have an up-front cost of between $500 and $2,500.
It could be more than that if you have complicated circumstances. It could be less than that.
We offer limited need-based pro bono services on a case-by-case basis.
Most Creditor work is performed on an hourly basis. Call us to discuss your particular situation and goals.
For instance, it will cost more for us to prove your debt non-dischargeable than to simply monitor a case to make sure you’re being treated fairly. Call us for rates and a custom analysis.