Steps to Take Before Filing for Bankruptcy
As you struggle with an unmanageable load of debts or financial obligations, you may be considering bankruptcy. Bankruptcy offers many debtors an opportunity to regain control of their financial situations. While you can file without the assistance of an attorney, this is not advisable. There are many details pertinent to the bankruptcy filing or process that must be carefully evaluated and for which one must prepare. A skilled and experienced attorney can help.
To learn more about your rights and the possible advantages of bankruptcy or other options, contact Florida bankruptcy lawyer Ryan J. Really at (239) 237-0675 to discuss your case with a member of our qualified legal team today. We are committed to helping you to identify the appropriate method of debt resolution for your own unique situation and can help you to avoid potentially costly filing errors.
Preparing for the Bankruptcy Process
Before taking definitive legal action, it is strongly suggested that an individual prepare for the proceedings by:
- Obtaining a copy of their current credit report
- Gathering tax returns and information from the past 5 years
- Making a list of all secured and unsecured debts
- Listing all car titles and other relevant properties
- Including the deeds to any properties owned or partially owned
- Preparing student loan information
- Listing all other outstanding debts
Debts can be a challenging obstacle to overcome, but understanding the opportunities available through bankruptcy and fully preparing for this process will help to ensure that you do not encounter any needless delays.
If you or someone you love is dealing with severe debts or would like to speak to a legal professional about information about bankruptcy, contact Florida bankruptcy attorney Ryan J. Really at (239) 237-0675.