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Miami Bankruptcy Attorney Contact Information

Shmucher Law, PL
Miami Bankruptcy Attorney

Miami Office
Kennedy Plaza Building
160 NW 176th Street #304
Miami, FL 33169
Phone: 305-741-5553
Fax: 305-493-1922
Email: info@flbankrupt.com

Satellite Office Locations:
(by appointment only)

Downtown Fort Lauderdale Office
110 East Broward Blvd
Suite 1700
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301
Phone: 954-309-5559

Plantation Office
8201 Peters Road
Suite 1000
Plantation, Florida 33324
Phone: 954-309-5559

East Fort Lauderdale Office
1451 West Cypress Creek Road
Suite 300
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33309
Phone: 954-309-5559

Boca Raton Office
2255 Glades Road
Suite 324A
Boca Raton, Florida 33431

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Required Documents for Filing Bankruptcy in Florida:

When you are thinking of filing for bankruptcy you should also begin to put together the following documents as they may be required by your attorney prior to filing your case.  Documents that may be required include:

Basic Identification:

  1. Drivers License or Government Identification
  2. Social Security card

Employment Documentation:

  1. Paystubs for the previous six months or proof of income for any type of employment the debtor  may have  had.

Financial Documents:

  1. Tax returns (personal and business) for the previous three years.
  2. Bank statements (personal and business) for the previous six months.  If a bank statement has your name on it then bring those statements as well.
  3. Copies of latest statements for 401k, Retirement Accounts, Annuities, Stock Accounts, Investment Accounts
  4. Copies of all life insurance policies

Vehicle Documents:

  1. Copies of the last statement showing the payoff amount.
  2. Copies of titles for vehicles, boats, motorcycles, or any type of transportation that you own
  3. Proof of insurance for any vehicle that you own/drive.

Legal Documents:

  1. Copies of any lawsuit that you are involved in as a defendant (credit card, foreclosure, wage garnishment)
  2. Copies of any lawsuit whereby you are suing someone (personal injury)
  3. Marital settlement agreements

While this non-exhaustive list may look cumbersome, the more documents that you provide your bankruptcy attorney the smoother your case will go.  Please remember that you will not need to bring all of these documents to your initial client interview, but your bankruptcy lawyer will likely want all of these documents before he or she will file your case.

Shmucher Law, PL, a bankruptcy law firm, represents debtors, creditors, and trustees in bankruptcy matters throughout Broward and Miami-Dade counties.