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1. Proof of your income over the past 7 months. This can include your pay stubs or a printout from your employer, however, it must contain information about your payroll deductions. Include proof of social security, retirement , unemployment and child support income.
If you are self employed or run a business, bring your gross revenue and business expenses, itemized on a month by month basis. Use and update the categories on your IRS 1040 Schedule C.
2. Income tax returns for the past 2 years. If you do not have this information you might be able to get copies from your tax preparer. My office will help you request transcripts from the Internal Revenue Service.
3. Bills bills, bills, from everyone you owe, including your best friends and your worst enemies. If you do not have a written statement, make a list of the name, address, account number and amount owed. A credit report may help you remember who you owe. My office will help you get a credit report if you need one.
4. If you are required to pay child support or maintenance, bring a copy of the Court Order. 5. Attorney fees and costs.
A. Typically, A Bankruptcy Lawyer charges an attorney fee of $1,500 to represent a debtor in a chapter 7 bankruptcy from beginning to end. These fees can vary, either upward or downward, depending on your financial circumstances. We will gladly give you time to pay however we cannot file your case until the full fee is paid or the bankruptcy will discharge the money you owe us.
B. The Court allows you to pay chapter 13 bankruptcy attorney fees in monthly installments after you file as part of your bankruptcy payments.
C. Your first telephone consultation is free. When you are ready to start your case we ask for a $600 advance on fees for the Intake interview and to begin preparing your case. For your convenience, we accept most online payments including PayPal, Cash App, Square, Venmo, Zelle, and Money Order.
Call A Bankruptcy Attorney now for more information. 618/931-1313