Bankruptcy Done Right.
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Maynes Taggart PLLC
Attorneys at Law
Bankruptcy Done Right.

Street Address:  525 Park Avenue, Suite 2E, Idaho Falls, Idaho
Mailing Address:  P.O. Box 3005, Idaho Falls, ID 83403
Phone:  (208) 552-6442    
Fax:  (208) 524-6095


We are a federally designated debt relief agency. We help consumers & businesses in Idaho file for bankruptcy relief under Title 11 of the U.S. Code.

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DISCLAIMER:  The information contained on this site is for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice or creating an attorney-client relationship.
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1.  First, request a FREE phone consultation here.   Based on what you tell us, we’ll lay-out your alternatives so you can make a good decision

2.  If you want our help, we'll sign a retainer agreement and make arrangements for payment.

3.  Next, we need you to provide detailed information on your financial affairs -- debts, assets, income, etc.   Plus, we will need you to gather up and provide supporting documentation.

4.  We’ll next prepare a bankruptcy filing that meets the legal requirements and minimizes your risk from filing an incomplete filing. It takes a lot of effort — on both your part and ours -- but avoids problems later.  Complete disclosure is critical to a successful case.

5.  After filing, the next step is a 341 meeting with the bankruptcy trustee or, for a Chapter 11 case, a representative of the U.S. Trustee's Office. Creditors can also attend.  The key is being absolutely truthful.

6.  Either the trustee or your creditors may raise various concerns.  We'll prepare responses.

7.  Sometimes, either the trustee or creditors may file legal actions against you in the bankruptcy court. Or, it may be in your best interest to file an action against a particular creditor or others.  We will handle either type of action.

8.  If you comply with the legal requirements, including being honest in your disclosures, you will likely receive a discharge from the court, ie. a release from your outstanding financial obligations (certain items may not be dischargeable -- we'll discuss those).

Step-by-Step
Want to know more?
The Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts has prepared a detailed guide and series of videos about bankruptcy.