Too Broke to File Bankruptcy?

The Baltimore bankruptcy lawyers at 410law recently received recently a call from a single mother of two struggling with overwhelming amount of debt.

After introducing herself, she stated that she wanted more information of bankruptcy. They discussed the debts she had and her income situation briefly and then came the inevitable question. How much is it going to cost me to file for bankruptcy? Now, the Baltimore Bankruptcy Lawyers never give a quote over phone, they only give a range of what they charge because they know every case is difference and prefer to have all the information and documents before agreeing to a set fee. As soon as they uttered the range of the fees, she took a deep breathe and then there was a moment of silence. They waited for her to respond.

It was at that time that she uttered something the following words. ” I am too broke to file for bankruptcy.” She said in a matter-of-fact way and I could hear a slight laugh.

The Baltimore Bankruptcy Lawyers suspect her statement rings true for a lot of individuals struggling with debt. You may feel the same way. You may feel like you are barely staying afloat and now you have to pay money to a lawyer and for legal fees to get out of the debt spiral. Well, if you have ever felt this way then this announcement is for you. For the month of July, the Maryland bankruptcy lawyers at www.410law.com are lowering their fees for what they are calling the Financial Independence Month!

They are offering their bankruptcy expertise at an incredible value to help you get that fresh start you have been looking. For the month of July, the fee for most chapter 7 bankruptcy cases is $699.00. This offer expires at the end of the month. You can finally stop that garnishment and those debt collector calls forever. They invite you to find out for yourself whether this incredible offer can help you get started on the rest of your life. Contact them today.

For those who despite their best efforts cannot afford a lawyer and meet the income requirements for a pro bono or free legal services do not despair. In Maryland, there are organizations that can help you gain your financial independence. The Baltimore bankruptcy lawyers at 410law volunteer their time with several of these organizations and they now for those that qualify you can get assistance from a qualified legal professional.

The lawyers at 410law understand what you are going through after helping many others who were in your shoes. They know what it takes to get a fresh start. Therefore, they invite you to contact them today to discuss your situation and answer any questions you may have.

Posted by:

Joseph K. Githuku, Esq

443-982-0475

jgithuku@410law.com

Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only and should not be construed in any way as legal advice. This article does not create an attorney-client relationship.

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