Chapter 13 bankruptcies will have pre-filing and post-filing fees. The post-filing fees exist because your attorney stays involved throughout your entire 3 to 5 year plan. The post-filing fees are paid as part of the monthly payment you’ll be making to the Trustee. If you add your pre-filing and post-filing fees together, that is the total amount for your bankruptcy, and most times it will be the same no matter which attorney in your area files your case. Some attorneys may charge a little less in pre-filing fees, but then charge more in the post-filing fees. If you have more questions about the post-filing fees for your Chapter 13 bankruptcy, please give us a call.
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