Take a look at our Bankruptcy Disclosures
Per the Bankruptcy Code, all debt relief agencies have to provide certain information to people seeking assistance. The Bankruptcy Code defines a “debt relief agency” as any person who provides bankruptcy assistance, including attorneys.
You can take a look at the bankruptcy disclosures mentioned below to get an understanding of how bankruptcy works. Call us to learn more about our bankruptcy services.
- Notice to individual debtors under Section 342(b) of the Bankruptcy Code
- The statement contained in and required by Section 527(b) (Important information about bankruptcy assistance services from an attorney or bankruptcy petition preparer)
- Information to the assisted person (the debtor) on how to provide all information required by Section 521(b)