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Bankruptcy Consultation

Bankruptcy Consultation

At Adler Law, we offer you a free meeting with us. This allows us to help you learn how we can help you live a debt-free life again. We’ll assess your financial situation to determine whether filing for bankruptcy makes sense for you, what kind of bankruptcy to file for, determine how we’ll help you get discharged, explain the bankruptcy process, and answer any questions you may have.

We’ll also walk you through the overall stages of the bankruptcy filing process. At Adler law, we’re here to help you file successfully and actively change your financial situation for the good. We recommend you have a general idea of what’s involved in the process so you can best understand how we’ll help you and learn about what to expect throughout this process. Just bring us a few pieces of information so we can advise you best and, of course, bring your best questions.

What to bring

Be sure to bring these pieces of information to your meeting with us. This will help us tell you how we’ll help you file for bankruptcy and how this move will affect your life:

You may not have all of this documentation, but please bring the documents you have from this list so we can give you the excellent advice you deserve.

1. Identification

This includes Government Issued Identification such as a Driver’s License, State ID, Social Security Card (or W2 with Social Security number on it.)

2. Tax Returns for the past 2 Years

This can help us decide what kind of bankruptcy you should file.

3. Income Information

Pay Stubs, Social Security or Unemployment compensation, other proof of income.

4. Real Estate Documentation

 If you own a home or other real estate, you may need to provide your deed and mortgage statements.

5. Vehicle Titles

For any vehicles you own as well as recreational vehicles.

6. Bank Statements

Sometimes you need to provide bank statements for the past two to three months.

7. Policies and Bonds

401K & Pension Plan Statements Stock Certificates, Bonds, Life Insurance Policies- These accounts are usually exempt from creditors, but documentation is still required.

8. 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.

Why Choose Adler Law Firm PLLC

Working with us provides the best chances your case will be successful while offering the most affordable price in the area. We’ll ensure you have all the files and education you need to have your debts wiped clean and live your best life before, during, and after you file for bankruptcy.

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24300 Southfield Road, Suite 210, Southfield, Michigan 48075

24300 Southfield Road (Suite 210) Southfield, Michigan 48075