CHAPTER 7

What Information Do I Need To File For Chapter 7 Bankruptcy In Arizona?

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To file for bankruptcy protection requires a lot of information and documents, but you can do it. It only requires some time and effort on your part. With help from Judge Law Firm, you can step away feeling at peace with your finances. You will need to give us the following documents and information at least seven days before your case can be filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

ID/Family

  • Driver's license, state or military ID, or passport
  • Social Security card, a W-2 or notice showing your full Social Security number
  • Current child or family support orders
  • Divorce decrees in last eight years

Income: We need to document all sources of your household income

  • Pay stubs for the past seven months for you and your spouse or significant other
  • Documentation of all other sources of income, including Social Security, retirement, unemployment, child support, family assistance and rental income for the past seven months
  • State and federal tax returns for the last three years

Let's Take A Look At Your Debts And Assets Together

Debts: We must list all your debts, even debts to your family/friends, and ones you plan to pay

  • The two most recent statements for all unsecured debts: credit cards, personal loans, line of credit loans, student loans, overdraft protection accounts, payday loans and all other debts
  • The two most recent statements for all secured debts: car loans, auto title loans, mortgages, home equity loans, and financing for furniture, electronics and jewelry, etc.
  • The two most recent statements for all unexpired leases and contracts: car leases, cellphone contracts, apartment leases, gym memberships, cable or satellite TV/internet contracts
  • Last billing statement from your homeowners association
  • Documentation regarding child support arrears
  • List of all loans from family and friends
  • List of all co-signed debts (like credit cards, car or home loans, student loans, etc.)
  • Statements or demand letters for any taxes owed, or court fines and restitution
  • All collection/demand letters
  • All paperwork related to lawsuits and garnishments

Assets: We must account for all of your bank accounts, vehicles, property and stuff

  • The two most recent statements for all unsecured debts: credit cards, personal loans, line of credit loans, student loans, overdraft protection accounts, payday loans and all other debts
  • The two most recent statements for all secured debts: car loans, auto title loans, mortgages, home equity loans, and financing for furniture, electronics and jewelry, etc.
  • The two most recent statements for all unexpired leases and contracts: car leases, cellphone contracts, apartment leases, gym memberships, cable or satellite TV/internet contracts
  • Last billing statement from your homeowners association
  • Documentation regarding child support arrears
  • List of all loans from family and friends

Paperwork, attorney fees and court costs

  • The two most recent statements for all unsecured debts: credit cards, personal loans, line of credit loans, student loans, overdraft protection accounts, payday loans and all other debts
  • The two most recent statements for all secured debts: car loans, auto title loans, mortgages, home equity loans, and financing for furniture, electronics and jewelry, etc.
  • The two most recent statements for all unexpired leases and contracts: car leases, cellphone contracts, apartment leases, gym memberships, cable or satellite TV/internet contracts

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