Do I Need an Attorney to Help Me File Bankruptcy?

Absolutely. Attorneys do more than fill out the forms. They also attend the 341 (a) Meeting of the Creditors, negotiate with the creditors, advise clients about offers to accept or reject, and give legal advice in general. Your attorney is your protector throughout the process. At Stewart & Owens you will always talk directly to your attorney, never to a paralegal or secretary.

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