A cheap bankruptcy attorney all too willing to quote you a bottom-of-the-barrel flat fee over the phone before learning anything about you is not necessarily going to be the attorney best suited to get you your discharge and to protect your assets.
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Debts owed to attorneys for services rendered prior to a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy is usually just as dischargeable as any other unsecured debt.
However, there are situations in which this is not so cut-and-dry.
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