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    Default Full-service bankruptcy sites

    Anyone familiar with Bridgeport, USA Bankruptcy, or EZ sites? Costs range $250 and up.

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    Such services are presumably online variations of the paralegal services I mentioned in your other thread. They help prepare the petitions for you to file, reducing the chance of error. I would personally prefer to work face-to-face with somebody, but if that isn't available as an option and you are confident that the online service is reliable and worth the price, it may be a reasonable alternative.

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