For those who need bankruptcy relief and cannot afford an attorney, are a few options. Legal aid does still provide some help for a few individuals. Also, some bankruptcy law firms will provide representation pro bono, which means for free, for a limited number of individuals based upon selection criteria that the attorney deems appropriate. Because bankruptcy is not a criminal matter, consumers are not entitled to be provided with a free bankruptcy attorney the same way someone is provided a criminal defense attorney if they are indigent.
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