What Information Do I Need For Chapter 7 Bankruptcy In Maryland?
If you have already scheduled a free consultation with us, you may be wondering what to bring the first time you visit with Baltimore bankruptcy lawyer James Logan. Here’s a quick checklist of what kinds of information we find most helpful at our initial meeting with you:
- Loan and financing documents
- Title, deeds, and mortgage information
- Foreclosure documents
- Bank statements
- Pay stubs and tax returns
- Retirement or investment account statements
- Receipts or other proof of your payments
- Copies of any correspondence you’ve had with your creditors
In addition, you should consider keeping a record or calendar that includes information about when you received notices or spoke with creditors or financial institutions, if you don’t already maintain one. Try to include as much information as possible, such as specific dates, times, names, and phone numbers.
There may be other documents that your Baltimore bankruptcy attorney needs to see, and we encourage you to bring in anything that you feel is important for us to be aware of. In order to really work by your side successfully, we need as much information as possible about your specific financial situation and history.