If you are planning to file for bankruptcy protection, you should be prepared to make full financial disclosures. There are several different initial pleadings that are required to be filed with the bankruptcy court. All debtors must list all of their assets, debts, income and expenses. Diane Anderson’s office can assist you with drafting the mandatory pleadings, but it is important that you gather all of your financial records for her to use in preparing the following Chapter 7 pleadings:
The above documents are commonly referred to as your “Schedules and Statement of Financial Affairs.” After your initial pleadings have been drafted, it is imperative that you review them and verify that the financial disclosures are true, complete, and correct. A debtor files his or her bankruptcy pleadings with the court under the penalty of perjury, so make sure they are correct.
If you are planning to file a Chapter 7 case, let the legal team at The Law Office of Diane Anderson help you. Our lawyer has been through a divorce, a bankruptcy, and faced estate planning and probate termination after her mother passed away at a young age. This kind of experience is unmatched by attorneys who have simply guided their clients through each process. Contact us today to schedule a comprehensive consultation.
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