Most consumers wonder what is the effect of a bankruptcy case for them personally and for their creditors. The best place to start is to consult with a bankruptcy attorney. A bankruptcy case is designed in the law to provide debtors with relief from oppressive creditors. A consultation with a bankruptcy attorney can get the process to file bankruptcy in motion. This is why you should hire my office.
Consult With A Bankruptcy Attorney
A consultation with an attorney is conducted under certain guidelines in the law. For example, an attorney-client relationship is created to allow the client to discuss his or her circumstances in privated with the attorney. The attorney can provide a legal analysis of the circumstances and provide some legal advice for the bankruptcy case and which type of case to file with the bankruptcy court. This is why you should hire my office to represent you in your bankruptcy court.
The Process to File a Bankruptcy Case
The attorney at the first meeting with the client will ask questions about the client's debts, assets, employment, and income and expenses. This first meeting can consist of the attorney answering questions and reviewing documents. This first meeting is many times just the start of several conversations between the client and attorney to advise the attorney about current financial affairs. The attorney with the client will generate the bankruptcy case to disclose all of the client's assets and all of the client's creditors. The attorney will analyze what type of case, such as a chapter 7, chapter 11, or chapter 13 may best suit the client's needs to deal with creditors for bankruptcy relief. The attorney may ask for written documents such as paycheck stubs, lawsuits, judgments, and creditor reports. The attorney may also send to the client an electronic questionnaire to complete to provide much of this information for preparation of the case. This is why you should hire my office.
Contact My Office for a Free Consultation
All of my cases start with a free consultation to discuss the nature of your case. You can contact my office by telephone at (657) 218-4800 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.