How To Prepare For Bankruptcy

Representing debtors in bankruptcy is much more than completing forms that will be filed with the court.  Our job is to anticipate issues that may arise in a bankruptcy case, minimize the likelihood of problems, assist clients in filing all the necessary paperwork, and have them keep as much of their property as possible while paying only debt that is necessary. If you would like to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss how to prepare for bankruptcy click here or call us at (425) 258-2704 or (866) 415-1705

We have developed a worksheet for potential clients.  When completed the worksheet will provide us the necessary information to prepare a bankruptcy and identify potential issues that may arise.  To prepare your bankruptcy we will need to know what assets you have and how much they are worth, the details of your debt, your sources of income, and information about your household.  A completed worksheet will provide us with this information.

Some clients benefit from pre-bankruptcy strategy and planning.  Planning and or strategy can reduce the cost of a bankruptcy, allow a debtor to retain assets that they would otherwise lose, permit a debtor to get a Chapter 7 discharge rather than Chapter 13, or reduce Chapter 13 plan payments.  So, meeting with an attorney long before you need to file is a good idea.  If you would like to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss how to prepare for bankruptcy click here or call us at (425) 258-2704 or (866) 415-1705