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Bankruptcy is a time honored practice that affords honest debtors the opportunity for a fresh start. Everyone filing a bankruptcy has experienced financial problems beyond his or her control. The court, trustees, and your attorney, understand this and if you comply with their instructions, they will help you out of your financial crisis. In order to help you get the relief to which you are entitled, you must make full disclosure of all your financial affairs. Do not try to second-guess the system -- it has been here longer than you.

This questionnaire will ask you to provide information about your financial situation, such as your income, your expenses, and the property you own. If you do not know the answer to certain questions, you can skip them and return to them later. If you have any questions or need any help completing this interview, contact your attorney.

General Information

Aliases

Property

Debts

Dependents

Income

Expenses

Previous Income

Annual Income

Other Income

Financial Affairs
  Creditor Payments
  Insider Payments
  Law Suits
  Seizures
  Repossessions
  Assignments
  Receiverships
  Gifts
  Losses
  Debt Counseling
  Change of Ownership
  Trust Funds
  Closed Accounts
  Safe Deposit Boxes
  Setoffs
  Property Held
  Prior Addresses
  Spouses
  Environmental Sites
  Environmental Notices
  Environmental Orders
  Businesses
  Real Estate Businesses

Prior Bankruptcies

Related Bankruptcies

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