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What Should I expect at my Free Bankruptcy Consultation?
We provide a personalized, one-on-one consultation, with one of our experienced bankruptcy attorneys at no price to you. This meeting will be an open and honest, in-depth conversation, regarding your current financial situation along with detailed advice from one of our attorneys about your potential options. Our attorneys will give you a detailed description of a Chapter 7 bankruptcy and a Chapter 13 bankruptcy while explaining whether you qualify and whether one possibility is better than the other in your situation or even if Bankruptcy is right for you. Nothing will be vague or open-ended; you will leave with a much better understanding of the bankruptcy process, and, you will be given a game plan tailored to your specific situation. We are committed to educating and helping; there’s absolutely no pressure to sign-up. An educated person is a smart one, and we believe you will make the best decision when you’re empowered with the knowledge that our firm provides.
What should I bring to my Free Bankruptcy Consultation?
The below are needed to file for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy or a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, so please bring as much as you can possibly bring. However, do not stress out if you do not have some or all of these documents at your free bankruptcy consultation.
- Bills, bills, bills. Please bring any and all bills.
- Driver’s license or State Id. Please visit the Secretary of State website if you’re unable to locate your driver’s license or State ID.
- Social Security card. Please visit the Social Security website if you have lost your Social Security card.
- Tax returns for the last two to four years. Please visit the IRS website to find your local IRS office if you are unable to locate your taxes. You can obtain a transcript of your tax return very easily.
- Proof of income (e.g. paystubs, unemployment statement, SS award letter, etc. etc.)
- Last two months of bank statements.
- The most recent statement for all retirement accounts.
- Copy of the closing statement or HUD for any real estate sold in the last two years.
- Profit and loss statement if you, or your spouse, is self-employed.
Call today to take the first step in freeing yourself from your overwhelming debt by scheduling a free bankruptcy consultation with one of our experienced bankruptcy lawyers.