W is for Wages

In your bankruptcy, you need to disclose to the Court various information about your wages. First, the court wants to know how much you’ve made in each of the last 2 years and your year-to-date income (Statement of Financial Affairs 1). Next, the bankruptcy petition requires you to disclose how much wages you’re received in the last 6 months (Means test). Lastly the petition asks about how much you expect to make in the future (Schedule I). This is why we ask for your last 6 months of pay statements and the last 2 years of tax returns.

For more W terms:
Warning-Omaha and Lincoln, Nebraska Bankruptcy Attorney, Ryan D. Caldwell
Wait-Bay Area Bankruptcy Lawyer Cathy Moran
Wages-Jay Fleischman New York Bankruptcy Lawyer
Wage Garnishment-Cleveland Bankruptcy Attorney, Bill Balena
Wasteful Spending Habits-Wisconsin Bankruptcy Lawyer, Bret Nason
Waiver-Metro Richmond Consumer and Bankruptcy Attorney, Mitchell Goldstein

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