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I am sorry to hear about your difficulties.
You absolutely do not have to settle with this new office. If your wages are being garnished, that is the reason to rush and file your papers so that the garnishments can be stopped. It makes absolutely no sensed for you to pay for bankruptcy Attorney to file your case and you have active garnishment and the Attorney is acting that it is nothing. You need to find another office to take over the case and file the case for you immediately to stop the garnishment. You can even use online document preparers to prepare your bankruptcy case:
You can use the following sites to find local bankruptcy Attorneys:
So if I fire this new office, will the first one I paid be required to refund my filing fees?
Also sorry if this came thru the first time I asked, Firefox and its settings I'll never get used to everything it blocks.
So if I fire this new office, will the first one I paid be required to refund my filing fees? Response: Yes. Also, the fees charged by bankruptcy Attorneys to debtors are monitored by the U.S. Trustee's Office. So, if the law office refuses to refund your fees, you should file complaint with the U.S. Trustee's Office of your Region: