To answer this question, let us ask you a question:
Would you feel comfortable drilling your own teeth, being your own contractor to replace your furnace/air conditioner or how about rebuilding the transmission in your car?
While there's average people who can do all those things and do a good job, most people wouldn't want to take the chance of making a major mistake.
Let's face it, we all have friends who have tried doing something themselves only to end up paying more to have someone else fix it the right way.
Even I've tried doing some plumbing repair only to call a plumber to finish the job. In the end, it would have been cheaper to have called him in the first place.
Filing for bankruptcy on your own or using a document service is a lot like that. It could lead to the same types of problems.
For example, if your case is dismissed for failure to file a required document, such as a credit counseling certificate, you may lose the right to file another case or lose protections in a later case, including the benefit of the "automatic stay" (This stops debtors dead in their tracks from collecting from you, as well as, putting an end to harassing phone calls.)
Listen, I understand your finances are pretty tight and it's hard to just come up the fees to get started, but I think you would agree anything legal is not the place to make unintentional mistakes.
Give me call 402-659-4254 at your convenience 24/7 and let's see if we can work out a payment arrangement to get the help you need right now.