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Too Broke to File Bankruptcy?

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 For many, it's the number one question:  "If I'm so broke, how can I afford to pay the fees and attorney costs to file a bankruptcy case?" It's a legitimate question. The filing fees alone are about $300. Hiring an attorney can cost hundreds, if not thousands. Where does that money come from? In Part 1 of Too Broke to file Bankruptcy? I talk about how much bankruptcy costs, including court fees and attorney fees. In Part 2 of Too Broke to File Bankruptcy? I discuss ways you can find the money or get help for little or no cost.

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