It is not a good idea to hide information from your bankruptcy lawyer. When you hire a Utah bankruptcy lawyer, they are legally bound to maintain client confidentiality, which means that they cannot share your information with anyone without your permission.
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Bankruptcy During Quarantine
Bankruptcy during quarantine changes have been much the same as the other changes in society. Bankruptcy lawyers have been considered essential workers in Utah and most bankruptcy court sessions and hearing meetings continue however they are now usually on the telephone. Utah bankruptcy during quarantine currently involves 341 meeting of creditors over the phone. At our office, open hours have maintained the same, as of the number of staff answering calls, arranging appointments and preparing bankruptcy cases. We offer, and will continue to offer free virtual consultations using Zoom or Skype. Much of the paperwork during bankruptcy in quarantine is the same but has been transposed to an online fillable format. In several cases bankruptcy during quarantine has eased the bankruptcy process overall as electronic and virtual features have sped up the process and eliminated travel time for clients to attend hearings.
What do I need to tell my attorney?
I know no one enjoys going to a stranger and telling all. However when you are considering filing for relief from your creditors its advised that you have a trusted advocate on your side. Finding an lawyer that you can trust that is near you is always helpful. At the Law Office of Douglas Barrett,… Continue reading What do I need to tell my attorney?