When you file for bankruptcy, you are appointed a bankruptcy trustee by the courts. This individual oversees your case. This person’s responsibilities are to verify that the information provided in your bank statements is accurate. To do this, they need documents that prove your identity.
Documents to bring to your creditor meeting
- Driver’s License
- Social Security Card
If you filed a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you would also need to bring pay stubs earned between the period you filed your case and the actual date of your meeting.
You might also wish to include additional supporting documents to your meeting, including:
- W-2 statements
- Tax returns
- Retirement account statements
- Car registrations
- Bank statements
- Mortgage documents
If you are not sure what other information to bring to this session, our Chicago bankruptcy lawyer can advise you.
Contact our offices today to find out how we can help you with your bankruptcy case.