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Uploaded on Feb 15, 2012

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Find out if bankruptcy is right for you.

bankruptcy, filing bankruptcy, how to file banruptcy
Documents Needed for Preparing Your Bankruptcy
I'm Dave Kelly. I'm a lawyer practicing in the Minneapolis, Minnesota area. It seems I am spending an increasing percentage of my time preparing and filing bankruptcies. The biggest part of the project is usually preparing the petition. Plan on at least three sessions in my office of about an hour and a half duration. There should be a more efficient way of doing it, but I haven't found it. It seems to me that if you don't take the proper time, there's a lot more risk. The petition is a document that runs about 45 pages and contains about a thousand questions, all of which must be answered carefully and truthfully. The rule here is to make full disclosure. When you sign this document, it is under penalty of perjury. I have never been comfortable doing it any other way than going through the whole thing line by line. I have top-of-the-line software for preparing the petition. This is necessary because some of the forms contain complicated calculations based on US Census data or IRS data. What I do with my clients is sit down with the computer monitor turned where they can see it and start going through the questions one at at time. The list of what I may ask you to bring to me can vary quite a bit from case to case. Typically, however, I will be asking you to bring me at least the following: Pay check stubs for all employment income during the past seven months. Your state, federal and property tax returns for

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