Preparing for Your Consultation
If you are facing unmanageable debt, foreclosure, or bankruptcy, you deserve the support of a high-powered law firm backed by decades of experience. At Robert H. Solomon, PC, we offer free initial consultations because we want everyone to benefit from the years we have devoted to our practice.
At your case review, we will assess your situation and answer any questions you may have. At every stage of the bankruptcy process, preparation is vital, and that preparation begins even before we meet.
The more information we have about your circumstances, the better equipped we are to provide thorough and personalized counsel. Every person’s situation requires a unique strategy, and we can only develop that strategy if we have a complete understanding of your finances.
To maximize our session productivity, we ask that you please bring the following documents:
- Driver’s license or ID
- Social Security Card
- Credit card or other debt information
- Owned property information (i.e. mortgage statement, vehicle title, etc.)
- Last 2 years of income tax returns
- 6 months of bank statements
- 6 months of pay stubs (from both you and your spouse)
Feel free to bring any additional documentation you have that further demonstrates your financial situation (e.g. investment account statements, child support or alimony orders, insurance statements, promissory notes, correspondence with creditors, lawsuit notices, etc.).
While bringing paperwork will streamline our consultation, do not panic if you cannot find every document. We will prepare a list of additional information after our consultation to allow you to gather what you need.
Are you ready to take the steps today to gain complete financial freedom
(516) 407-8199 to request your
complimentary case review with
Robert H. Solomon, PC.
COVID-19 UPDATE: We strongly encourage phone and videoconference consultations at this time. If you schedule a virtual consultation with our firm, please scan the above documentation and send it to us ahead of time via email, Dropbox, or DocuSign.