If you decide to pursue a Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing, a condition of your debt’s discharge will be your successful completion of a debtor education course that the courts have pre-approved. Consider consulting with a lawyer first though our bankruptcy law offices in Dallas for an evaluation of your case.
The average cost of a debtor education class ranges between $50 and $100, depending on which vendor you select. You may opt to take the online course for bankruptcy at a website that has been approved by the U.S. Trustee’s office. After you submit your proof of claim form for bankruptcy, part of your debtor education will include a consultation that will cover the following:
- review of your personal finances;
- roadmap towards a personal budget;
- Information and resources to help you manage your credit wisely;
- Finance management advice; and
- Preventative measures to help you avoid the most common post-bankruptcy mistakes.
It’s the unfortunate case that many otherwise legitimate bankruptcy cases are dismissed solely on the grounds that the Chapter 7 bankruptcy petitioner failed to complete an approved debtor education course satisfactorily. Speak with an attorney at our law offices inDallaswho can help you navigate your Chapter 7 petition from start to finish.
Contacting an Attorney at the Law Offices in Dallas
At Warren & Migliaccio, our goal is to protect you and your family so that you can take the necessary steps to proactively plan for your future. When financial circumstances outside of your control threaten your wellbeing, take control of your situation by contacting ourDallas law firm.
Our bankruptcy website provides detailed information about the bankruptcy process for you to use to research any questions you may have. We’ll guide you through different steps of the legal process, such as your proof of claim form of bankruptcy, so you can make informed decisions and choose the best course of action. If a personalized, teamwork-driven approach sounds like what you need for your case, call 1-888-584-9614 today. We’re here to help.