Lein Law Offices

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What to Bring

When filing for Bankruptcy this is what to bring.

If available, bring the following information:

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Real Estate:

A. Copy of Recorded Mortgage (page one only) or Recorded Deed
(Can be obtained from the Register of Deeds
Office in your county)

B. Copy of your most recent mortgage statement

Annuities/401(K) Plans:

A. Recent statement showing current balance


A. Title to all vehicles or confirmation of ownership, including registration for ATVs, snowmobiles, boats, RVs, trailers and tractors
B. Copy of your latest statement from your lender showing the balance owed

Student Loans:

A. Statement showing how much owed


A. Copies of the last two years’ income tax returns and W2s


A. Bring in all statements/collection letters
B. Credit report

Monthly Income:

A. Bring in pay statements for the past six months showing all deductions in income for all parties working.
B. Pension/retirement/disability and annuity statements
C. Social Security statement/Notice of award

Self-Employed Business:

A. Taxpayer ID Number
B. Profit and Loss Statement from Previous year’s
Earnings or Breakdown of Income and Expenses

Bring in any and all paperwork pertaining to court cases
Documentation regarding transfer of property
Statement regarding cash surrender value of insurance policy
Statement to show child support arrearages

For more questions about bankruptcy or what to bring, please call us at (800) 944-3949 or email us online.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.