Many people, when looking to consult with a bankruptcy attorney, wonder if they should bring anything in beforehand for their consultation, and if so, they wonder what exactly they are required to bring. Miami Bankruptcy is here to provide you with some answers about this dilemma.
It is not necessary that you bring anything to your first consultation with your potential attorney other than general knowledge of how much income you have, your debts, and your assets. During the consultation, an attorney will ask you specific questions that you can use personal knowledge to answer. If you have a spouse that is more equipped to answer those kinds of questions, then make sure that you both come to the consultation to make sure you get the productive guidance you are looking for. If you would like the best information possible in a consultation, then bringing your latest filed tax return, latest paystub, and most recent mortgage statements is a good idea.
The Bankruptcy Law Offices of James Schwitalla, P.A., has helped its clients regain control of their financial situations and obtain debt relief through the bankruptcy process. We are committed to providing customized solutions and personal service — from your free initial consultation to the final discharge of your debts.
Please contact us for further assistance and advice on bankruptcy law.