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300 Willow Street #100 Beaumont, Texas Phone: 409-839-2617
- U.S Department of Justice
I just received my Chapter 7 bankruptcy discharge. I figured all I needed was a little guidance, something the Beaumont Bankruptcy Lawyer I met with would only give me for a $1500 up front fee. Thought I would try you out and I am glad I did! - Owen F., Beaumont, TX.
Beaumont DIY Bankruptcy
Whether or not you use a lawyer, there will come a time when YOU will have to fill out your bankruptcy paperwork on your own (your lawyer doesn't know the answer to several questions like how many people are in your household, for example) and EZBankrutpcyForms BANKRUPTCY SOFTWARE will give you accurate results and save you a lot of time. File those bankruptcy forms in person at the Beaumont bankruptcy court, then contact Jefferson County Bar Association Pro Bono Program, 100 Pearl Street #202 Beaumont, Texas 77701. Phone: 409-839-2332 (not the same address as the bankruptcy court).
Jefferson County Bar Association Pro Bono Program is free and for low income individuals who have already filed for bankruptcy to receive free bankruptcy volunteer legal services. The lawyer does not represent you in your bankruptcy case, and in most cases the help is limited to reviewing your bankruptcy paperwork for accuracy.
The Beaumont Bankruptcy Court is part of the Texas Eastern Bankruptcy District.
WHILE WE CONTEND THAT EZBankrutpcyForms BANKRUPTCY WITHOUT A LAWYER TUTORIAL will simplify things to the point where you don't need a Hardin County Bankruptcy Lawyer, it is always best to have the resources available as a backup.
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