Filing bankruptcy with Steidl & Steinberg: overview
When you fall behind on your bills, it is natural to become overwhelmed. There is also a sense that if you’re filing bankruptcy, it is going to be a very complicated and difficult. That is not the case at all.
Filing bankruptcy takes some organization on your part. We will need a list of your creditors, pay stubs, and tax returns. When you meet with the attorney and paralegal, we’ll also ask you a series of questions about your expenses. If you are self-employed, we will need additional information regarding your business, including profit and loss statements. During your free consultation with one of our attorneys, you will get a full explanation of your bankruptcy options.
In this section of our website we have outlined a step-by-step process of what lies ahead. Failing to prepare is preparing to fail, and we will guide you through every step along the way.