What to bring to your first meeting
To expedite the process, you need only to bring the following to your first meeting:
- Last 6 months of pay stubs;
- Recent lawsuits filed against you, if any;
- The most recent bank statement for any account that you are on;
- Your most recent vehicle and mortgage statement;
- A kbb.com private party value printout of your vehicle(s);
- You most recent retirement statement(s);
- Your last 2 years’ taxes; and
- The most recent credit card or collection statements, unless you plan of having us pull your credit
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Meyer Law was there for all the tough questions and decisions that had to be made. Haines was very knowledgeable and gave good advice. I have since referred several other people to Meyer Law and all have been pleased. Haines offers a good service at a reasonable price.
Wayne, Queen Creek
I was referred to Mr. Meyer and the advice was amazing. I had been to several other attorneys before being referred to Mr. Meyer by my Real Estate Agent. He was top notch and able to get me the help I needed – not just a guy looking for a quick buck. He met with me several times over 6 months.
My experience with Meyer Law was great. Words to describe would be, PROFESSIONAL, EXPERIENCED, KNOWLEDGEABLE, COMMUNICATIVE, AFFORDABLE, CARING.
Mr. Meyer, thank you so very much for your helping us through a very critical time in our lives. Please, do not hesitate to call on us as we would be very happy to tell anyone and everyone how much help you give to your clients.
I had a very good experience working with Meyer Law Group throughout the bankruptcy process. Being a senior citizen I was made to feel very comfortable with their knowledge and experience. They were always accessible to answer questions in an easy to understand way.