What To Bring To Your 1st Appointment With Our Attorneys
The following documents may be helpful during your meeting.
Proof of income. This may include paystubs from your job, self-employment earnings, and other forms of income such as workers compensation, retirement, child support, social security and other income types. You may need to provide income proof for the last 6 months if possible.
Income tax returns. In most cases it should be documentation for the last 2 years.
List of debts. This includes credit cards, medical debt, mortgage, vehicle, personal loans, and other outstanding loans or monies owed. If you have received a summons or notification of being sued (lawsuit), bring this as well.
Household expenses. This includes a list of necessary living expenses such as food, clothes, utilities, rent, medical and other payments you make on a monthly basis. Debt payments, charitable contributions and insurance premiums should also be included.
List of Assets. If you have valuable assets such as a retirement account, jewelry, stocks, property or other items, you may want to ask how these items can be protected should you decide to file. You may not need to present every item listed, but the more you bring, the better idea you get in understanding your eligibility.
Consultation Information Form. Please complete the Request For No-cost Initial Consultation Form from the above menu and bring it with you.
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