Debt Relief Counseling
You will meet personally with the attorney for debt counseling. You will need to provide detailed financial information, including your income, monthly expenses, past financial transactions, and debts. Based upon this information, the attorney will advise you of your possible debt relief options. While filing a bankruptcy case under the United States Bankruptcy Code is not always the best course of action for debt relief, the attorney will evaluate your particular facts and advise you of your bankruptcy options, including your options under each chapter of the Bankruptcy Code and why certain types of bankruptcy may not be appropriate for your circumstance. The attorney will counsel you about the requirements placed upon you by federal bankruptcy law, the effect of filing bankruptcy on your particular financial situation, and the effect of filing bankruptcy on your current and future credit rating. You will not be charged a fee for debt relief counseling and you will not be under any obligation to take any debt relief action.