Paperwork & Documentation Checklist
- Social Security Card(s)
- Photo Identification (i.e. driver’s license, passport, ID card)
- State and Federal tax returns and W-2s/1099s for the past two years
- Credit reports from credible credit check agencies
Loans, Credit Cards & Other Debt
- Current copies of all bills including any collection letters (i.e. credit cards, utilities, medical)
- Current mortgage statement and any foreclosure paperwork
- Current rental or lease agreements
- Current copies of all car loan statements
- Current copies of other loans (such as personal, student, and payday loans)
- Any court judgements or summonses
- Paystubs for the past six months
- If you are self-employed, profit and loss statements for the past two years
- Proof of any non-wage income received (such as food stamps, child and spousal support, and any government aid)
- Bank Statements for the past six months
- Investment and retirement statements for the past six months
- Life insurance policies
While this checklist may not be comprehensive, it is a fantastic start for gathering your important bankruptcy-related documents. When you meet with an experienced bankruptcy attorney, they may ask for more papers, but it will be a much more manageable list than if you go in empty handed. It’s also important to remember to be as transparent and honest about your documents and overall financial situation — we are on your side!
Contact Barbara B. Braziel For Help
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