Bankruptcy cases are time consuming in that a debtor is expected by the court to be completely truthful in disclosure of their debts, income, and assets. This requires careful information gathering and document preparation, as well as cooperation from the debtor in assisting their attorney in gathering this personal information. Failure to disclose all income and assets can result in loss of your fresh start and possible criminal prosecution.
Mr. Corletta has over 30 years experience in consumer bankruptcy cases and has handled well over 3,000 bankruptcies. He will ensure proper preparation of your Petition and Schedules and streamline the process for you. The 2005 Bankruptcy Reform Act imposed many new responsibilities on bankruptcy filers. Bankruptcy still provides many benefits, but it is very important that it is handled by an experienced, detailed oriented attorney familiar with the process. Please contact us today for a consultation.