Online Bankruptcy Consultations
These are very precarious times. The world is still trying to get ahead of a potent coronavirus pandemic through social-distancing measures which aim to stop the spread, but also cause a lull across numerous sectors. For individuals, businesses and even entire economies that have and are being affected, rising debt and costs to business are making bankruptcy a legitimate concern.
The attorneys at John H. Redfield & Associates are leveraging the internet to ease this burden and ensure that those seeking to file bankruptcies have access to quality legal advice and representation. We are utilizing online bankruptcy consultations to help steer clear of the obvious dangers of physical consultations at this time.
Consult with an Experienced Bankruptcy Attorney
You are not required to have an attorney file for Bankruptcy. But at least consulting with one may be vital for a successful filing. So, you should be extremely careful with the many Do-It-Yourself and Non-Profit services that offer general resources and may not be able to provide you with personalized advice. Just take a look at their disclaimers; and you will find that much-prized client-attorney relationship missing.By engaging us via our online bankruptcy consultation, you gain an edge that helps you navigate the complexities of bankruptcy law and practice. And all that from the comfort and safety of your home. With teleconferencing or via our questionnaire, we can ask you questions and discuss your options as if we were sitting across the room from you.John H. Redfield is a tested and skilled attorney with more than 40 years of specialized bankruptcy practice to his belt. Even if you do not retain us, you will have received credible advice from experienced bankruptcy attorneys that will make all the difference for a successful filing.
Convenient, Prompt and Safe
Online bankruptcy consultations are a fast-growing and necessary trend because they are expeditious and super convenient. With a pandemic on the loose and the nature of the combative measures put in place, it is better and safer to have your case evaluated within the comfort of your home.
It is chiefly for this reason that John H. Redfield & Associates now offer online consultations in response to a rising need for bankruptcy advice during and after this viral outbreak. John H. Redfield, Attorney at law began offering this service to ensure that people continue to have access to legal advice without compromising their health and safety during the COVID-19 crisis.
For others who are maybe just too ill to leave home, or are out of the country, or just really need to make a busy schedule fit; this initiative will also prove invaluable. They can also benefit from the convenience of our online bankruptcy consultations. Having vital documents at hand will also be very helpful.
Thorough Evaluation and Advice
The understanding of the laws to apply as well as the procedural complexities involved in your case are the expert preserve of our bankruptcy attorneys. John Redfield assures you of a thorough evaluation of your situation and apposite advice going forward. We will dedicate all the resources necessary and leverage extensive experience to address your personal needs.
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- How do Online Bankruptcy Consultations work?
You answer fact-finding questions to acquaint our bankruptcy attorney with the basic facts and get an overview of your case. You should ordinarily answer these questions truthfully and accurately as your answers will ultimately influence our evaluation and any advice we give going forward.We have introduced these online evaluations in adherence to the social-distancing restrictions in place right now as the COVID-19 disease that thrives through physical contact and exchanges.
- What do I need to bring to my virtual consultation?
Even if your purpose for consulting is simply to learn about the filing process, you should have certain documents at hand to help the bankruptcy attorney understand your financials and gauge your eligibility. Documents showing proof of income, assets, tax returns, debts and liabilities, expenses, and other financial documents. Also, a list of your creditors and major personal property items, if any, along with any questions you may have for our bankruptcy attorney.