Bankruptcy Law Questions? Ask a Bankruptcy Lawyer.
I am so sorry to read about the loss of your retirement.
No, it is not prudent to do this filing on your own because it is a very complex filing. You would need assistance. In any event, click on the link below for sample objections:
It may be difficult to get a pro bono bankruptcy Attorney to assist you with filing objections to the dischargeability of your debt and objections to the bankruptcy Discharge itself. This would be litigation in the bankruptcy forum and most Attorneys would want to be paid for assisting you with the case. Nevertheless, you can use the following link to try to find free legal services in Minnesota:
You can use the sites below to find local Bankruptcy Attorneys. As for the estimate of cost, I unfortunately cannot give you that because every Attorney sets his or her fees based on the scope of services. You would need to speak with two or more Attorneys to get information about their fees and what exactly they would do for you. Best wishes,