What to Bring to Your First Meeting

You may be wondering what to bring to your first meeting with a Tennessee bankruptcy lawyer. The most important items are:

  • Paycheck stubs going back six months
  • Tax returns going back four years
  • Bills from all of your creditors
  • Lawsuit information if you are being sued by any creditors

If you do not have all of that ready to go, don't worry about it. The most important thing is that you are taking this important first step toward overcoming your debt.

Your First Consultation With A Memphis Bankruptcy Attorney

At your first consultation, you will meet with me, attorney Ben Sissman. I have more than 30 years of experience helping people like you overcome debt, so I know that you may be nervous or even embarrassed. There is no need to be. Life happens. I understand that. More importantly, bankruptcy was designed to help people in situations like yours, and my job is to help you make the most of this option, if it is indeed the right option for you.

Do not be surprised if I ask you questions about more than just your debt and income. I may want to know about your family. I may want to know about your goals. Where do you want to be in 10 years? 20? 30? The answers to these questions will help me come up with a personalized solution for you, and that's what you deserve.

Free Initial Consultation | Memphis Debt Relief Attorney

Call 901-730-4958 or send an email to schedule a meeting today.

The law office of Ben Sissman is a debt relief agency that helps people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.