Law Office of Matthew C. Swanson, P.C.


(508) 857-5697



What To Bring For The First Meeting

Matthew Swanson Is An Experienced Bankruptcy Attorney…

Because you are dealing with an experienced bankruptcy attorney,  we know the information needed and the steps to take to make this as stress free and swift a process as possible. As such, the following documents are required to complete a successful bankruptcy.  To expedite the bankruptcy process, you will be expected to bring as many of the following to the first meeting as possible:

  • Drivers License

  • Social Security Card

  • Statements from your creditors

  • Current pay-check stub

  • Evidence of income for the past 6 months (pay stubs, profit and loss, etc)

  • Any documents pertaining to foreclosure or any other legal action

  • Tax returns for the last 3 years

  • Copy of the deed, homestead, and current mortgage(s)

    • First, signature, and notary pages of mortgage

  • Copy of the declarations page for your homeowner’s insurance

  • Bank statements for the past 12 months

  • Current mortgage statement

  • Current automobile statement

  • Copy of the title to any automobile owned outright

  • Notices from any federal, state, or local tax collection agencies

If you have any difficulty obtaining this information, please call the office and Attorney Swanson will try and assist you.  Please be aware that more information may be requested after the first meeting depending on your particular circumstances.


Let the Law Office of Matthew C. Swanson Help You Today

If you are contemplating bankruptcy, you can’t afford to pass up a free consultation about filing bankruptcy with an experienced bankruptcy attorney.  Contact Attorney Swanson today.

The Law Office of Matthew C. Swanson services all of Plymouth County, Bristol County, Norfolk County, and Barnstable County.

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After carefully checking reviews online, I decided to meet with Attorney Swanson regarding considering having to file bankruptcy after my divorce. This was the last thing I ever wanted to do, but it became necessary. Attorney Swanson was sympathetic, non-judgemental, and explained everything I could expect during the process. I was much more comfortable about everything right from our initial consultation up through the discharge. He really made a trying experience for me, not so scary and awful.


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