Frequently Asked Questions
Is there a charge for a consultation?
How much will a bankruptcy cost?
Do you accept credit cards as a form of payment?
How do I know which option is best for me?
During your consultation we will thoroughly review your circumstances, discuss your options, explain any questions you may have, and give an opinion on your best course of action.
We offer a one-hour consultation for consumer-related cases free of charge. Consultations for business related matters, non-bankruptcy "workout" matters, creditor representation, and litigation are billed at the consulting attorney's hourly rate. Payment for consultations on non-consumer matters is expected at the time of the consultation. Should you choose to retain our services for your non-consumer matter, your consultation payment will be credited towards your retainer.
Fees and costs vary per case and are quoted on a case-by-case basis. A quote, which consists of a retainer fee and an estimate of the costs associated with your case, will be provided at the consultation after a review of your circumstances.
Due to the nature of our business, we cannot accept credit cards. We accept cash, certified funds, money orders, cashier's checks, and personal checks only.
Why should I set up a consultation with your office?
David R. Badger, P.A. has over forty years worth of combined experience in bankruptcy law and business bankruptcy matters. Our firm also specializes in litigation and workout cases. Our attorneys are aggressive but offer a realistic approach with the goal that, your financial recovery begins with a fresh start.
Attorneys at Law - Charlotte, North Carolina