Lawyers are not interchangeable. One lawyer is not necessarily as good as another. Price is probably the poorest basis on which to choose an attorney.
Bankruptcy law is not about filling out forms. You do file forms in bankruptcy, but the job requires a lawyer because it is not obvious what information goes in those forms and what the implications of that information is to the conduct of the case.
You can fill out the form properly, and find that the Chapter 7 trustee is suing your mother for the money you repaid her before bankruptcy. Ouch!
While it’s not rocket science, it isn’t about the forms.
Just the facts
Here’s my checklist for evaluating a prospective bankruptcy lawyer.
We are a debt relief agency that helps people
seek bankruptcy protection under federal law