To properly advise you please bring as many of the following documents as you can on our first meeting:

A copy of last year’s tax return

A recent statement from each of your debts or a recent credit report.

As many of your recent pay stubs as you can find (the Court will require that you provide copies of the last 6 months of pay stubs) 6 months of personal bank statements.

A copy of any notices your have received for any taxes owed.

A copy of any documents that showing if your mortgage is behind of in foreclosure.

Any recent appraisal of your home or other real property.

A check, cash or money order in the amount of $50 for the initial consultation.

Also, it would be helpful to bring a valuation of your vehicles and home. You can do that from this website at the Helpful Links Topic.

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