What To Bring To Your Bankruptcy Consultation

At The Law Office of Lauren Clark, L.L.C., we understand you may be nervous about consulting with a bankruptcy attorney. We have helped people in Charleston and throughout the surrounding area get the debt relief they need, and we know how difficult the first step can be if you are struggling under heavy debt. We will do our best to make you feel at ease and comfortable by helping you understand what legal remedies are available.

The first thing we need to do is evaluate your situation. We send you forms that list the basic information we need to help you. That information includes:

  • Pay stubs
  • Bill statements for all of your bills
  • Bank information, including account numbers
  • Loan information (home, car, boat, recreational vehicle and other property)
  • Copies of judgments, liens or lawsuits against you
  • Student loan information
  • Payoff amounts for real estate that is mortgaged
  • If you are divorced, any information about support payments
  • If you are a beneficiary of a trust, a copy of the trust agreement
  • If you are self-employed, we need profit and loss statements for the last six months.

Gathering this information is important to the overall success of your case because we need to make sure everything is protected if you file for bankruptcy.

Personalized Service From A Charleston Bankruptcy Lawyer

As your dedicated bankruptcy attorney, Lauren Clark works hard to make sure you are fully informed about your situation and understand your options. Getting a grip on your finances can be difficult, but it is worth the hard work.

It is natural to wonder if filing for bankruptcy will affect your credit and leave a black mark on your credit record. Your bankruptcy will have a temporary impact on your credit; however, the purpose is to get you out of debt and give you a fresh start. You can re-establish your credit, and you will recover. Let us help you.

Contact The Law Office Of Lauren Clark, L.L.C.

To arrange a free consultation and case evaluation, call 843-284-7405 (local) or 855-684-8149 (toll free), or contact us online. We can take the time to explain the process of filing for bankruptcy and how you can get a fresh financial start. Our offices are conveniently located in Charleston, and we serve South Carolina residents throughout Charleston County, Beaufort County, Dorchester County and Colleton County.

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