We’re continuing down the road, helping you file for bankruptcy.
You can do it yourself.
You can hire a petition preparer.
Or you can hire a lawyer.
No matter which option you choose, it’s your responsibility for making sure your bankruptcy case is handled properly. After all, this is your future and your life we’re talking about.
And it all begins with the Petition.
The Bankruptcy Petition – Deceptively Simple
When you look at the bankruptcy petition, you see a three-page form filled with check boxes and blanks.
On the first page, you’ll need to complete the following information:
- Your name
- Your spouse’s name
- The last 4 digits of your Social Security number (don’t have a Social Security number?)
- Your residential address
- Your mailing address
- The county in which you live
This is all pretty easy, and chances are that you can breeze through it quickly and without too much trouble.
From there, the questions get more complex. For example.