Bankruptcy Attorneys in Sacramento
Bankruptcy Attorneys in Sacramento CA have different educational backgrounds, practices, and billing policies. In each of these areas Sacramento Law Group differs from other bankruptcy attorneys in Sacramento. In brief, our attorney graduated from U.C. Berkeley and a Tier 1 law school while other bankruptcy attorneys in Sacramento graduated from non-ABA accredited law schools. Furthermore, our attorney devotes his entire practice to chapter 7 and chapter 13 cases, whereas other bankruptcy attorneys in Sacramento divide their practice between multiple areas of law. Lastly, our attorney has flat fees whereas other bankruptcy attorneys in Sacramento charge by the hour or exclude common expenses.
Attorneys in Sacramento have different educational backgrounds. In terms of undergraduate degrees, many attorneys hold liberal arts degrees from their undergraduate institutions. Regarding law schools, many attorneys in Sacramento graduated from California law schools in or neighboring Sacramento County. These law schools include Lincoln law school, McGeorge law school, and the online correspondence law school Northwestern California University School of Law. While some of these law schools are not regarded as highly as their peers, many of these law schools nevertheless provide practical training.
While many bankruptcy attorneys in Sacramento devote their entire practice to chapter 7 & 13 cases, some divide their time and efforts between several practice areas. While some clients regard a divided practice as a sign of general legal expertise, more often it is a sign of reduced expertise in any one area of law. In contrast, practices that devote 100% of their time to the practice of chapter 7 & 13 cases may be more focused than their divided counterparts.
Bankruptcy attorneys in Sacramento have different billing practices. However, some trends are common enough to represent general truths. In general, attorneys charge flat fees for common chapter 7 and chapter 13 services. Absent adversarial proceedings and other uncommon services, flat fees will usually cover the entire amount paid to the attorney. However, common expenses such as the court filing fee and education courses are often not included in the attorney’s fee.
Sacramento Law Group
331 J St #200
Sacramento, CA 95814