When you are filing for bankruptcy, it is very important that you tell us the whole truth about your financial situation. If we have a full understanding of your circumstances, we will be better equipped to help you protect your assets. Having this information upfront, will also help us work with the courts to get you the most favorable outcome.
When you meet with us, you’ll be asked a number of questions. Each question is relevant to your bankruptcy case and it is likely information that will need to be disclosed on your petition.
In general you can expect questions like:
- Do you own any real estate? Have you ever owned any real estate?
- Have you paid back any family or friends over the last year?
- Have you sold or transferred any property?
- Have you taken any recent cash advances from your credit cards?
- Do you have any stocks or bonds? What bank accounts do you have?
- Have you been in business for yourself at all in the last six years?