The Details and Benefits of a Bankruptcy Evaluation

  • David M. Offen,
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Are you wondering if bankruptcy could be the best way to improve your finances? Are you concerned about how this will change your life? Do you have questions?

Regardless of your situation, a free bankruptcy evaluation may be just what you need to clear your mind. Once you meet with us, it won’t be long before you better understand how to move forward, what you could gain by filing, and whether or not you should actually get started.

Here are some of the many benefits of a bankruptcy evaluation:

  • Opportunity to meet with a qualified bankruptcy attorney who can answer your questions and help you formulate a strategy.
  • No obligation to file. Instead, you are simply collecting more information to ensure yourself of making the right decision down the road.
  • Put your mind at ease. It is easy to get stressed out over your finances. A bankruptcy attorney can help relieve some of this stress.

The Details of an Evaluation

The more information you provide your bankruptcy attorney the easier it is for him or her to help. In addition to basics, such as your name and address, you should be comfortable providing the following:

  • The type of debt you currently have, such as a mortgage, credit cards, and car loans.
  • The amount of your debt.
  • Your employment status.
  • Your income source(s).

These are the basics details of a bankruptcy evaluation. As you discuss your situation in greater depth, you can expect your attorney to have additional questions for you.

Even if you are on the fence, you can learn a lot by consulting with a bankruptcy attorney. Over the years, we have helped thousands of people file for bankruptcy as a means of bettering their finances.

If you are confused and don’t know what to do next, let us show you the way. A free bankruptcy evaluation will open up your eyes and help you understand your situation.

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