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How should a debtor prepare for bankruptcy?

  • Hire an attorney.
  • Withdraw funds from a bank or credit union to whom the debtor owes money.
  • Stop incurring additional debt.
  • Continue to pay on certain debts that will survive the bankruptcy.
  • Stop paying debts that will be discharged in bankruptcy.
  • Stop repaying debts to family members and/or friends.
  • Retain all pay stubs received over the past six months from all employers, credit statements and demand letters.
  • Prepare all tax returns that are not filed.

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