Things To Ponder Before Your Initial Consultation

Posted by Wesley Scott on May 24, 2019 at 9:00 AM
Wesley Scott

question-mark-2123967_1920Knowing just what to expect can go a long way towards easing any nerves that come with meeting a bankruptcy attorney. If you have never filed for bankruptcy before, you may not have a single clue as to what a consultation will entail.

And, if you’re like me, that terrifies you. It’s like walking into a test and not having studied.

I can assure you that a consultation with Kain & Scott doesn’t require any studying or prepping. There is no need to bring any paperwork or statements. We don’t need hard numbers or the exact amount of debt rounded to the nearest decimal. All we need is a general feel for your income, expenses, and debt.

Our attorneys take each of our clients through a general run-down of their situation. The attorney will talk you through things like income, and property –both real and personal such as homesteads, bank accounts and vehicles. They’ll also ask about creditors –loans, family support obligations, credit cards, and medical bills.

If you aren’t sure of these things, there is no need to stress. If you choose to work with us, our entire team works with you to pull your credit report and to make sure that we have the most accurate information to file your case thoroughly and promptly.

The questions asked at the initial consultation are designed to give the lawyers an overview of your situation and to help you decide what bankruptcy options, if any, are in your best interest.

Knowing just what to expect from your bankruptcy consultation can go a long way towards your peace of mind. The decision to file for bankruptcy is not an easy one. During your initial appointment with us, we hope to calm your nerves and quell your fears. We promise that we can help you get your life back together!


If you’re ready to take the first step towards debt relief, schedule a consultation with MN’s MOST experienced bankruptcy law firm at