Ronald J. Ellett
During his more than 20 years of practicing law, attorney Ronald J. Ellett has represented many clients with bankruptcy issues throughout the Phoenix area. Today, at the Ellett Law Offices, P.C., he uses that skill to effectively resolve complex bankruptcy cases that range from lien stripping to personal card debt to business bankruptcy and more.
In every bankruptcy case, attorney Ronald Ellett fights on behalf of clients to protect their rights and leads them through the bankruptcy process. Ellett Law Offices has repeatedly expanded the legal rights of our clients by establishing new bankruptcy precedents. In establishing these new legal precedents, Mr. Ellett has personally argued and won cases before the Arizona Supreme Court, the Federal Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States District Court.
Mr. Ellett has been specifically recognized for his legal work on behalf of the poor by the Arizona Supreme Court, the State Bar of Arizona and the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Arizona. Additionally, Mr. Ellett’s skills and experience in bankruptcy law has resulted in a Martindale* client rating of 5.0 out of 5.0.
Ashley D. Lannon
Ashley Lannon began working for Ellett Law Offices, P.C. in 2002 after graduating with honors from Arizona State University. She is an experienced paralegal in Chapters 13, 11 and 7. Ashley is a mother of six children and an active member of her church. She is a fifth generation Arizonan, routes for the Arizona Cardinals, loves to travel, and spend time with her family.
Chapter 7 Fees
For most Chapter 7 cases, we can file your bankruptcy petition for just $150.00 in legal fees plus the $335.00 bankruptcy court filling fee. This covers the pre-filing work we will do in your case as well as the filing of your voluntary petition, credit counseling certificate, and list of creditors with the Bankruptcy Court. The post-petition work includes preparing the mandatory bankruptcy schedules and statement of financial affairs and attorney representation at the mandatory 341 Meeting. We offer a monthly payment plan as low as $59.00, paid bi-weekly, for the post filing work.
Chapter 7 Fees
Chapter 7 Fees
★ $655.00 + Bankruptcy Court Filing Fee ($335.00): single filer, no assets, 9 creditors or less.
★ $795.00 + Bankruptcy Court Filing Fee ($335.00): joint filers, no assets, 9 creditors or less.
★ $855.00 + Bankruptcy Court Filing Fee ($335.00): single filer, no assets, 12 creditors or less..
★ $995.00 + Bankruptcy Court Filing Fee ($335.00): joint filers, no assets, 12 creditors or less.
★ $1,075.00 + Bankruptcy Court Filing Fee ($335.00): Employed, unemployed, or Social Security Income, fewer than 15 creditors, no preferential payments or transfers.
★ $1,245.00 + Bankruptcy Court Filing Fee ($335.00): Employed, unemployed, or Social Security Income, fewer than 21 creditors, no preferential payments or transfers.
*Over 21 creditors: Each additional creditor is $20. In addition to the aforementioned fees, each Reaffirmation Agreement is an additional $135.00. Other fees and costs may apply. There is a $75 fee for each Notice of Bankruptcy Filing that is required in your case.
Chapter 13 Fees
For most Chapter 13 cases, we can file your case for only $150.00 in legal fees, plus the $310.00 bankruptcy court filling fee, for a total of $460.00. The remainder of our fees can usually be paid through your Chapter 13 Plan, which may have payments as low as $75.00 a month, depending on your assets, income, and expenses.
Chapter 11 Fees
Chapter 11 fees are determined on a case by case basis, depending upon the size of the case and the complexity of the matters involved.
We are pleased to inform you that we have been designated by federal law as a debt relief agency. We help people and businesses file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.
*AV Preeminent and BV Distinguished are certification marks of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., used in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards and policies. Martindale-Hubbell is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the confidential opinions of members of the bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell ratings fall into two categories: legal ability and general ethical standards.