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Here’s everything a new client needs to bring to their bankruptcy preparation appointment…
It can be empowering to know your rights. We explain and protect your rights while we work with the bank and credit card companies to negotiate a debt settlement that fits your ability to pay. Most of our clients pay back 55-60 cents per dollar of debt to fully satisfy their creditors – and that amount includes attorney fees and costs.
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Bring 12 months of bank statements.
All your bills (not your utility bills)
Including medical and credit card statements. We need correspondence addresses and account numbers for all creditors.
State and federal returns for the last two years (if self-employed, bring two (2) years of previous tax returns).
Last 3 months of your bank statements. If you’re self-employed, bring the 12 months bank statements. Also bring any Credit Union account statements.
We need the last 60 days of pay stubs or if self-employed, all income and business expense records for the last 6 months.
Any documents regarding lawsuits, garnishments, foreclosure or repossession notices.
Billing and payment records
Personal loans, furniture loans and any Rent-to-Own contracts.
Title Loans or Title Pawns (contact information for companies).
if you own a home and are paying off a mortgage.
If you’re paying off a car loan or other types of installment plan, bring the payment voucher book or statements.
Name and address of all co-signers on loans or leases. If you have co-signed for someone or someone has co-signed for you, we need their contact information.
If you pay child support, we need the names and address of all child support recipients.