• What to Bring to Your Bankruptcy Lawyer

    Personal bankruptcy in Memphis, Tennessee

    Attorney Ben G. Sissman endeavors to make the process of filing for personal bankruptcy in Tennessee as easy as possible. He remains in constant communication with his clients to make sure they understand what is happening with their case.

    In order to maximize the efficiency of the time you spend with Mr. Sissman, please bring the following financial documents with you on your first appointment:

    • Paycheck stubs for the last six months
    • All of your bills
    • Your credit report
    • Tax returns for the last four years

    Having all of these documents ready for Mr. Sissman’s review will expedite his analysis and increase the efficiency of your lawyer/client meeting. If you bring all of these documents with you on the first visit, Mr. Sissman can begin drafting the paperwork for your filing should you decide to hire him.

    Other documents of interest

    Depending on your situation, you may have other financial documents that play an important role in your bankruptcy. You can save yourself both time and money by bringing those documents along, too:

    • Foreclosure notices
    • Loan modification documents
    • Repossession paperwork

    Please contact the firm with your questions. We are here to help you understand your bankruptcy options and provide guidance for the procedure. Trust in our experience to offer valuable insights that help you transition through your debt problems.

    Call 1-901-620-6347 to file personal bankruptcy in Tennessee.

    The Law Office of Ben G. Sissman represents clients from Memphis and surrounding counties north to the border: Shelby, Fayette, Tipton, Haywood, Lauderdale, Crockett, Dyer, Obion, Lake, and Gibson. For effective legal guidance, contact our bankruptcy and foreclosure attorneys in Memphis today.

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