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i tried to file for bankrupcy about 5 years ago in Wisconsin. I found a cheap place in Green Bay and talked it over with an attorney. We agreed on chapter 13. The next day i changed my mind and wanted to file chap. 7 . When i tried to talk to the same person, the "company" gave me somebody in Chicago, then in New York. I was upset enough to demand my money back and got it. I didn`t file for bankruptcy at all. I still lost everything and just walked away and have been traveling the country finding work here and there. I`m in Oregon and my question is, is it too late to file for chap 7 bankruptcy? Also can i do it from Oregon? Is there a non profit group that will help me?
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