Like most legal cases, a bankruptcy involves a large amount of paperwork. Specific forms must be completed and filed with the bankruptcy court1 within certain time frames in order to ensure that your bankruptcy case benefits you as much as possible. The required forms can often be confusing and overwhelming to an individual who is not familiar with the bankruptcy process. For this reason, you should never hesitate to seek out assistance from an experienced bankruptcy attorney.
The following are only a couple examples of forms required in certain bankruptcy cases:
Voluntary petition – The voluntary petition2 provides the bankruptcy court with basic information regarding the individuals filing for bankruptcy and the nature of their case. Such information includes:
Schedules – The schedules to the voluntary petition that are required depend on your situation. These schedules may address the following:
The schedules must be completed in extreme detail and with accuracy to ensure the success of your bankruptcy.
Contact an experienced Long Island bankruptcy attorney for assistance today
As you can see, there are complicated forms needed to file for bankruptcy in New York. You never want to risk making an error or omission on these forms or forgetting a form as such mistakes may delay the bankruptcy process or even result in a denial of your bankruptcy. In some circumstances, some errors may even result in a suspicion of bankruptcy fraud. At the law office of Ronald D. Weiss, PC, we know how to complete and file all necessary forms with the court, as well as handle the other aspects of your bankruptcy case. Call us today at 631-319-9238 to discuss how we can help you today.