What Should I Bring to My Free Consultation?
Filing for bankruptcy may help you:
- keep your home or your vehicle
- reduce your debt
- consolidate your debts into an affordable payment
- eliminate some debts completely
Bankruptcy can stop foreclosures, prevent repossessions, stop garnishments, and end creditor harassment.
If you want to find out about what bankruptcy can do for you or if you wish to initiate possible representation by The Law Office of Howard Tagg, we will need some detailed information about your particular situation.
This information will only be used to evaluate and assess your particular situation and may also be used in order to prepare your case should you be eligible for bankruptcy.
What to Bring To Your Free Initial Consultation
You should bring the following documents to your first meeting with the attorney:
- A list of all creditors, including addresses, account/loan numbers, and the amounts and description of each debt. An original statement from the creditor is the best source for this information. If you do not have access to this information, you can obtain a free copy of your credit report from this web site by clicking on the following link annualcreditreport.com
- Your income tax returns for the last two years, including your W-2s. If you are a corporate or partnership debtor you should also bring copies of your corporate or partnership tax returns for the last two years;
- Copies of your last two month’s paystubs or (if self-employed) six months of bank records showing the amount and frequency of your income;
- Copies of any lawsuits or judgments, regardless of whether you are a plaintiff or defendant.
Contact the Law Office of Howard Tagg today at (903) 581-9961 to schedule your free initial consultation.