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Low Flat Fees in Olympia

Our Olympia bankruptcy attorneys offer affordable flat fees with no hidden costs

In Washington State, filing for bankruptcy is a way to stop debt collection and hit the reset button on your finances. Our Thurston County bankruptcy lawyers offer affordable flat fees, which means anyone currently facing significant debt can take steps to make their situation better. It may even be possible to arrange a payment plan with certain clients.

Schedule your own interview with one of our Olympia bankruptcy lawyers, and find out whether you qualify to file in federal court. The potential benefits of bankruptcy include putting a stop to harassment from creditors, protecting your assets and possessions, eliminating medical bills and credit card debt, and even preventing home foreclosure. How we proceed depends on your financial situation and income level, so talk to one of our Olympia lawyers today and get more information about your legal rights as a debtor.

We offer a free consultation, but before taking the next step you will likely want to know how much filing for bankruptcy will cost. One of our Olympia attorneys can supply you with an answer, and if you decide to file they will fight to provide you with the maximum financial relief allowed by law.

Our qualified Olympia bankruptcy attorneys can help you take the next step
  • Bankruptcy is a legal way to end insurmountable debt, and we can help you file
  • Our low flat fees eliminate any chance of hidden costs after filing for bankruptcy
  • Our attorneys handle countless bankruptcy cases in Washington every year, and will pursue maximum debt relief on your behalf
  • Your attorney in Olympia may be able to arrange a payment plan, so contact our office today and get professional legal guidance

Bankruptcy laws in the state of Washington were created to help hard working people regain control of their finances. After filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy, it usually takes about 120 days for your unsecured debt to be discharged for good. However, not everyone qualifies for Chapter 7.

Chapter 7 bankruptcy costs less than Chapter 13, but is only available to those who earn below the median Washington household income for a family of equal size. Chapter 13 bankruptcy is still very affordable, and allows for debt to be consolidated into monthly payments that last three to five years.

Find out whether you qualify for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy by contacting one of our Olympia debt relief lawyers

After reviewing your finances, one of our lawyers can tell you which variety of bankruptcy you qualify for (if any), and how much it will cost. If debt collectors are harassing you for non-payment of bills, they can no longer contact you after your file for either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. All debt collections stop, even wage garnishments.

The simple act of stopping debt collection may free up money you can use to pay your bankruptcy fees. If payments are required, your lawyer may be able to delay filing your bankruptcy case while taking calls from your creditors. This may give you some much-needed peace of mind.

Our Olympia attorney's low flat fees include everything from start to finish

Your Olympia bankruptcy lawyer will always be available to answer your questions or supply you with detailed information. Your flat fee rate covers everything, so you don't have to worry that a legal question is going to make your bill increase.

Contact one of our Olympia bankruptcy lawyers for more information, without cost or obligation. If you're facing a desperate and unmanageable financial situation and would like more information about debt relief, one of our lawyers can offer affordable and trustworthy guidance.