Do I need an attorney to file Bankruptcy?

Although a business entity, like a corporation, cannot file bankruptcy without an attorney, an individual may file their own bankruptcy. In fact, the Arizona Bankruptcy Court website even has a page dedicated to assisting Debtors who file their own bankruptcy cases. A Chapter 7 bankruptcy case is the simplest type of bankruptcy, but even a Chapter 7 bankruptcy case can be difficult to successfully complete without an attorney. Chapter 13 bankruptcy and Chapter 11 bankruptcycases are even more complicated and are difficult to successfully complete without extensive legal background or the assistance of an attorney.


Even if you were able to complete a bankruptcy case without the assistance of an attorney, you may be missing out on many advantages that you could obtain with assistance of the Butler Law Office. When filing for bankruptcy, you could lose many advantages without a proper evaluation of which Chapter of bankruptcy is best for you, what to do with your assets before you file for bankruptcy, and on which specific date you should file for bankruptcy.


The Butler Law Office has over thirty three years of experience and can help you make a decision that will be best for you!