Chapter 7 bankruptcy fees in Michigan are usually charged as a “flat-fee,” but these can vary depending upon the experience of your attorney and the complexity of your case. When you pay a retainer fee to an experienced bankruptcy attorney, however, you are paying for the experience and security that you need in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, in which not only your bankruptcy discharge but also your personal assets are at stake.
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