Providing Effective Bankruptcy Solutions In The Midwest
The thought of filing bankruptcy is a devastating one. Getting started is the next difficult step: “There is so much paperwork! How am I going to find all of my creditors? Where do I even start?”
At Bulie Diaz Law Office, we can answer all these questions and more. Our firm has been serving communities in North Dakota and Minnesota for more than 15 years.
Put An End To Crushing Debt
Our extensive experience and knowledge in bankruptcy law allow us to provide a variety of financial relief services, including:
After you have decided that you want to explore your options in bankruptcy law, start with filling out our Bankruptcy Questionnaire. This questionnaire will inventory the basic information we need in order to meet you at your free initial consultation. Generally, we also need your two most recent tax returns, six months of pay stubs or another proof of your monthly income, and a list of your monthly living expenses. With this information, we are able to determine what your options are under bankruptcy law and also highlight potential problems.
Yes, we know the questionnaire is lengthy, but it helps us to help you! If you are unable to view or print the worksheet, please call our office to have one mailed to you. Do the best you can in filling out the worksheet and highlight or circle where you have questions. We can review those questions with you when you come in for your first appointment.
Upon a mutual agreement for us to assist you, we will help you access your credit report and give you other tips on how to locate your creditors.
Begin Regaining Control Of Your Finances
When you have completed the questionnaire, call us at 1-701-800-2685 or email us to schedule a free initial consultation with one of our attorneys. Bulie Diaz Law Office has convenient locations in Grand Forks, Fargo, Cando and Devils Lake in North Dakota and Winona, Minnesota. In your email, please indicate where you would like to have an appointment.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.