Bankruptcy Calculator to Estimate Cost and Qualification

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  1. Chapter 7 bankruptcy cost and qualification
  2. Chapter 13 monthly plan payment
  3. Bankruptcy alternatives and costs
  4. Pros and cons of all options

What does it take?

  1. Usually takes 1 - 2 minutes
  2. Email is required for payment plan analysis
How many people are in your household (including yourself)?
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You answered there is only one (1) person in your household, but your marital status is married. Please confirm the number of people in your household.
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How many people in your household are 65 or older?
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Are you 65 or older?
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How many of your dependants (excluding a spouse) are over 18 years old?
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What is your zip code?
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Have you been discharged from any bankruptcy in the past 6-8 years?
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Have you been discharged from a Chapter 7 bankruptcy in the past 8 years?
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Have you been discharged from a Chapter 13 bankruptcy in the past 6 years?
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How often do you receive a paycheck?
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How much do you receive in your paycheck BEFORE taxes?
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How would you pay for the bankruptcy?
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Approximately how much student loan debt do you have?
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Approximately how much unsecured debt such as medical, credit card and personal loans do you have? Please do not include student loans.
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Would you like to compare the cost of Chapter 7 bankruptcy to other debt-relief options?
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Which options would you like to compare to Chapter 7? Check all that apply
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Which of the following do you prefer?
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Would you like to join the waiting list to learn more about Ascend's Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing software that would cost a one-time fee of $99? There is no obligation to purchase.
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Note: Our partners conduct free, no-hassle evaluations to learn about your options. You can complete it over the phone in as little as 10 minutes. The attorney fees are affordable, and often a flat fee. All initial consultations are 100% free of charge, and all lawyers are licensed in your state. By selecting a partner above to reach out to you, you agree that a partner may contact you (including autodials, pre-recorded calls, and SMS) to answer your questions about relief.

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