What Do I Need for My Consultation Appointment with a Bankruptcy Lawyer?

Here at the Law Office of Charles Farrell Jr. we offer assistance to hundreds of people just like you every year and help them with bankruptcy cases big and small. We are proud to serve Valdosta and the surrounding areas, and as a service to our community, we offer free consultations for all first-time clients who come to us with their bankruptcy needs or concerns. One of the most common questions we get asked by new clients is what they need to bring to their initial consultation appointment.

The Answer May Surprise You

You need to bring nothing to the first consultation appointment. You read that right, nothing. You don’t have to bring any papers, records, or documents to your first meeting with our attorney. This initial meeting is designed so we can get to know you, your unique situation, answer your questions, and determine if bankruptcy is the best course for you to pursue in your unique situation. If we think it is the best course of action, and you decide to move forward with filing for bankruptcy, we will then need to request records and files so we can continue.

Documentation and Forward Progress

Every case is different, but at the bare minimum we will need to see financial records, documentation of income for you and your spouse, as well as records of your expenses and other financial documentation. The process is usually very straightforward and simple, and we can assist you with gathering the necessary records to ensure that everything is obtained to get your bankruptcy going.

To learn more, contact us today and see for yourself why we are the firm that people call when they need a bankruptcy lawyer in Valdosta area.

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