Before transferring any of your assets, make sure you talk to a bankruptcy attorney about your options. People who give away or otherwise try to conceal assets in an effort to protect them can run into trouble with the court.
At the Hedtke Law Firm we work with you on bankruptcy planning to help you avoid costly mistakes. We will evaluate your individual situation and provide you with options, explaining the pros and cons so you can make the choice that is best for you and your family.
Our firm is known for our quality, efficiency and speed in getting your bankruptcy petitions filed and putting a stop to creditor harassment. Stopping creditor harassment is our No. 1 goal. However, our ability to help you quickly also depends upon you.
How To Make The Most Of Your First Visit
The more information you can bring to us during your first visit, the better idea we’ll have on how to advise you. Take a few moments to read about what your first visit with us will be like and what documents will be helpful to have with you. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to call our office at 909 736-3111.
Documents Needed to Prepare Bankruptcy
The more prepared you are to discuss your financial situation, living expenses and total monthly expenses, the better prepared we can be to discuss your options. When you come to the Hedtke Law Firm, we suggest bringing the following:
- Your tax returns for the last two years
- 2 months of pay stubs
- An list of normal monthly bills
- The amount owed and value of your home
- For the self-employed — an approximate amount of gross profit and business expenses for the previous 6-months
- Your social security card
Let Us Talk About Your Options For Eliminating Your Debt
Discover the difference that having a caring and compassionate local attorney can make in handling your bankruptcy and debt relief issues. Contact the Hedtke Law Firm today to schedule a free initial consultation to determine what options may be best for you and your family. Call us at 909 736-3111.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.