Do you need to file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy and cannot afford an attorney? Central Florida Court Document Service, LLC can help! We prepare documents for Chapter 7 bankruptcy to help you get rid of the debt you can no longer afford. We have helped thousands of people file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
First, we will schedule an appointment with you to come to our office. We will also provide a list of things you should bring with you to the appointment.
Our Bankruptcy Paperwork Process
Obtain your personal information
Go over the debts that you want to include in the bankruptcy
Go through the bankruptcy packet to get what is needed for your case
Once we have the information and our fee is paid in full, we process the documents for your bankruptcy case.
We call you to come in and sign your documents when they are complete
Credit Counseling and Debt Education Course
There is a requirement for you to complete Pre-Filing (before you file) Credit Counseling. We will need a copy of the certificate issued by the counseling company to complete your case.
There is a requirement for you to complete a Post-Filing (after you file) Education Course. You have the option to use any company of your choice.
Our fees range from $75.00 to $175.00.
If your total debt is under $10,000.00 and you have less than 10 debts, our fee is $75.00
If your total debt is over $10,000.00 and you have 10 or more debts, our fee is $175.00
Our fees do not
include the filing fees charged by the court
Our fees do not
include the fees charged for the Credit Counseling and Debt Education Course
The court charges a fee for filing cases. The court fee is paid directly to the court at the time of filing.
The court fee for finding a Chapter 7 bankruptcy is $335.00.
The bankruptcy court offers three options for payment. We will ask you how you plan to pay the fee. The options are:
Pay the fee in full at the time of filing
Pay the fee in payments
Ask the court to waive its fee
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We offer a low-cost bankruptcy service to provide access to the court and help you receive the financial relief you need.