Legal Toolkit Florida Bankruptcy, Debt and Consumer Law

What to Bring About Bankruptcy, Debt and Consumer Law

a

Bankruptcy

 

  1. A list of all Creditors: nature and amount of their claims with addresses and account numbers
  2. Source, amount, and frequency of income (include separate information about spousal income even if filing individually)
  3. List of all property
  4. Detailed list of monthly living expenses (i.e. food, clothing, shelter, utilities, taxes, transportation, medicine, etc)
  5. Copies of tax returns for past 2 years
  6. Six months of paystubs for everyone contributing in the household expenses
  7. Bank statements for the last three months

 

b

Identity Theft

 

  1. Copies of any documents related to ID Theft; copies of ID Theft Affidavit filed with FTC or attorney general, copies of BBB complaints, copies of Police Report, copies of Credit Reports, copies of accounts closed due to fraudulent activity

 

c

Credit Report Errors

 

  1. Copies of written letters of dispute to credit reporting agencies and creditors and copies of erroneous credit reports