The Neeley Law Firm offers the most unique and client-centered pricing in Arizona. We can file your Chapter 7 case for as low as $165 in legal fees before filing. We can file your Chapter 13 case as low as $690 in legal fees before filing.
We’ll never bait-and-switch you. We’ll never high-pressure sell you. We’ll just carefully review your situation, give you a detailed recommendation, then offer you a payment arrangement that will work perfectly for your exact situation. We’ve done it for over 4,000 thrilled clients in Arizona so far!
- For most Chapter 7 cases, we can file your case for just $165 in legal fees plus a $335 bankruptcy court filing fee for a total of $500 (this covers the pre-filing work we will do in your case as well as the filing of your voluntary petition, credit counseling certificate, and list of creditors with the court)
- If you elect to continue representation with our firm after filing, we can offer a monthly payment plan as low as $70/bi-weekly for post-filing work
- For most Chapter 13 cases, we can file your case for just $690 in legal fees plus a $310 bankruptcy court filing fee for a total of $1,000
- The remainder of our fees can usually be paid through your Chapter 13 plan, which may have payments as low as $100/month depending on your assets, income, and expenses
Tax Problem Resolution or Other Work
- We offer low flat fees and payment plans for almost everything we do so that you know up front what we will do for you and what it’s going to cost you
What You Get
When you choose to work with our Arizona bankruptcy lawyers, you get much more for your money than you would elsewhere. You will have the support of attorneys who understand your situation and who are passionate about helping you become debt free. You will have access to a caring attorney at all times, not just a paralegal or support staff.
Don’t expect to get a lower quality of service or a less experienced attorney just because our fees are low. We are here to help from start to finish, and will remain available whenever you have concerns or questions about your finances, even after your case is done.