Filing for Bankruptcy from Home
Do You Need to File Bankruptcy in Wichita?
Being faced with mounting debt can make a person feel financially out of control and stuck in an overwhelming situation with no way out.
One may never regain financial stability when unexpected, costly occurrences such as:
- Losing a job
- Medical bills
- A family emergency
- A death
- Or divorce
There are laws in place allowing a person who is experiencing financial hardship to file for bankruptcy. It is a very practical solution. If you are having difficulty with your finances, you should contact a Kansas bankruptcy lawyer who is experienced in bankruptcy law and can help you through this stressful time in your life.
With years of experience in financial law, Norman Douglas of Kansas of the Bankruptcy Center, has successfully represented clients across Kansas with their bankruptcy matters. We understand that hardworking individuals can face difficult financial circumstances and need compassionate assistance.
You Can File For Bankruptcy from Home
You may feel ashamed or embarrassed because you cannot fulfill your financial obligations. You can regain your financial health. We can help you by providing a convenient and private way to file for bankruptcy by computer right from your home.
You will need to provide requested information and documentation such as:
- Pay stubs
- Federal and state tax returns
- Registration and titles of any owned vehicles
- Driver's license
- And social security card so we can prepare your bankruptcy petition
You would appear on your appointed date and time at the courthouse in Wichita to attend a Section 341 Meeting of Creditors.
You may benefit from filing for bankruptcy because it will stop:
- Creditor harassment
- Wage garnishment
- Bank levies
- And help save your home by discharging most of your debt
The first step you need to take is to contact us for an interview to determine if you qualify for bankruptcy. Attorney Douglas can advise you on the filing of Chapter 7 bankruptcy or Chapter 13. He has filed hundreds of petitions on behalf of his clients.
Contact a Kansas Bankruptcy attorney for a free initial consultation about filing bankruptcy from home.