At The Buchalter Law Group, we recognize that if you are contemplating bankruptcy, not only are you facing a number of intimidating uncertainties but also concerned about the stigma that can come with such a filing. From our very first consultation with prospective clients, however, we make it clear a bankruptcy is not something to be ashamed of, but rather an effective tool towards reclaiming control of their finances and their future. Below, let's take a look what our prospective clients can expect in their first bankruptcy consultation with our team.
What to Bring
Obviously, our attorneys will want to ask you a number of questions about your life, your finances, and your bankruptcy goals, but they'll also have to take a close look at your financial records, as well. After you've scheduled your consultation with us, it's important that you compile these records so that they can be examined.
Just some of the documents you should consider bringing include:
- Recent statements from all current creditors
- Recent bank statements
- Tax returns from the last three years
- Your mortgage (or lease)
- Your current insurance policies
- Vehicle titles
- Receipts, invoices, and bills from the last year
Every client is different and the needed documents may vary depending on your circumstances. When you schedule your consultation with us, we'll advise you about what to bring for this initial assessment.
No Judgment. No Pressure.
Many clients and prospective clients can't help but feel some sense of failure or defeat when first approaching a bankruptcy, but our team doesn't see it that way. From your first conversations with us, you can expect a transparent, compassionate approach to your financial goals. And if bankruptcy isn't right for you—we'll tell you. Our team doesn't believe in cornering clients into filings that aren't right for them and when needed, we can help you to review alternative solutions that can ensure a better financial trajectory for your future.
If you are considering bankruptcy, then The Buchalter Law Group invites you to contact us. For more than 35 years, our Brevard County bankruptcy lawyers have been providing our clients reliable debt relief solutions that allow them regain control of their finances and reclaim their lives.
Peace of mind may be just one conversation away. Use our online form to request your free case evaluation now.