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Government Issued Identification- Driver's License, State ID, Social Security Card (or W2 with Social Security # on it.)
Tax Returns for the past 2 Years-This can help determine what chapter you should file bankruptcy under.
Income Information- Pay Stubs, Social Security or Unemployment compensation, other proof of income.
Real Estate Documentation- If you own a home or other real estate, you may may need to provide your deed and mortgage statements.
Vehicle Titles- For any vehicles you own as well as recreational vehicles.
Bank Statements- Sometimes you need to provide bank statements for the past two to three months.
401K & Pension Plan Statements, Stock Certificates, Bonds, Life Insurance Policies- These accounts are usually exempt from creditors, but documentation is still required.
Divorce Judgments- If you have been divorced, we can use this to look for settlements that may still be owed to you to help your case.
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