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The 10 Commandments for Bankruptcy Clients

1. Thou shall provide honest and accurate information to thy bankruptcy attorney, as false information can lead to serious consequences.


2. Thou shall not sell or transfer any assets without the guidance and approval of thy attorney, as doing so can jeopardize the success of thy bankruptcy case.

3. Thou shall not apply for any new credit during the bankruptcy process, as it can be seen as fraudulent and can lead to the dismissal of thy case.

4. Thou shall attend all required meetings and hearings, as failure to do so can result in the dismissal of thy case.

5. Thou shall disclose all debts and assets to thy attorney, as failure to do so can lead to the dismissal of thy case and potential legal repercussions.

6. Thou shall provide all requested documentation promptly to thy bankruptcy attorney, as failure to do so can result in the delay or dismissal of thy case.

7. Thou shall complete all required credit counseling courses, as failure to do so can delay the discharge of thy debts.

8. Thou shall promptly respond to all communications from thy attorney, as delays can cause unnecessary complications in the bankruptcy process.


9. Thou shall notify thy attorney of any changes to thy contact information, as failure to do so can result in missed deadlines and important communications.

10. Thou shall remember that bankruptcy is a fresh start, and with the guidance of thy attorney, it is possible to rebuild thy financial life and move forward.







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