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GET A FRESH START WITH A FREE CONSULTATION What should you bring to your bankruptcy consultation, especially if you are ready to proceed? 1.  Photo ID and Social Security Card. 2.  Paystubs for the past six (6) months. 3.  Banking, Investment and Retirement Account Statements for the past six months. 4.  A list of your creditors is very helpful, but not required. 5.  Tax returns for the past two years (IRS and State). 6.  Automobile Titles and Registrations. 7.  Litigation, repossession, foreclosure, garnishment documentation, if any. 8.  Collection letters, if any. Should I Review Anything Before Coming in For My Initial Consult? *It is important not to buy what you have no intention of paying for (in other words, it's important that you do not incur further debt) in anticipation of filing for bankruptcy *You should not show favoritism by paying one creditor to the detriment of other creditors before filing for bankruptcy. *You should not unload property or transfer it for nominal consideration so as to diminish your assets prior to filing for bankruptcy. *You should not take out cash advances over $825 within 70 days of filing for bankruptcy. *You should not incur over $550 in debt to a single creditor for luxury purchases within 90 days of filing for bankruptcy. *You should not make a lump sum payment of money/property worth more than $600 to a single creditor within 90 days of filing for bankruptcy, or within one year of filing for bankruptcy if the recipient was family, a friend, your corporation or a business partner. If the transaction is done in the ordinary course of business, it will be considered favoritism if for over $5,475. At the Law Offices of Juan E. Milanes, PLLC, we understand that you are going through a difficult time and are mindful of both your emotional and legal needs. Our goal is to help you overcome your financial and/or legal difficulties as quickly as possible. Our attorneys in Northern Virginia always treat you and your family with the respect and compassion that you deserve!   Trust the Law Offices of Juan E. Milanes, PLLC when you need effective bankruptcy defense in Virginia and Washington, D.C. We provide convenient office hours to meet your busy schedule, including evening and weekend appointments for current clients. We can create a plan to help you enjoy a fresh financial start, save your home from foreclosure, or protect your legal rights in federal court.   Are you ready to take the first step towards relief? Contact our  lawyers in Reston / Herndon / Sterling to set up a free consultation today!  Contact Us         The Law Offices of Juan E. Milanes, PLLC is a compassionate bankruptcy attorney in Reston, VA that is dedicated to providing all clients with manageable debt relief solutions. Contact us today! We proudly serve Reston, Herndon and the Washington, D.C. area. We also serve Aldie, Alexandria, Annandale, Arcola, Arlington, Ashburn, Belle Haven, Brambleton, Bristow, Broadlands, Burke, Centreville, Chantilly, Clifton, Countryside, DC, District of Columbia, Dulles, Fair Lakes, Fairfax, Fairfax City, Falls Church, Fort Belvoir, Fort Hunt, Fort Myer, Gainesville, Great Falls, Hamilton, Haymarket, Herndon, Kings Park, Kingstowne, Lake Ridge, Landmark, Leesburg, Lincolnia, Lorton, Manassas, Manassas City, Manassas Park, Mantua, McLean, Merrifield, Middleburg, Mt. Vernon, Newington, Nokesville, North Springfield, Oakton, Occoquan, Potomac Falls, Purcellville, Reston, Rose Hill, South Riding, Southbridge, Sterling, Tysons, Tysons Corner, Vienna, Warrenton, Washington, DC, West Falls Church, and West Springfield. "This law firm is a Debt Relief Agency.  We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code."
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