Divorce and Bankruptcy: Speaking to an Attorney

Divorce and Bankruptcy: Speaking to an Attorney

Unfortunately, finances and relationship issues go hand in hand. Divorce is one of the leading causes of financial struggles in America. If you are going through/considering a divorce and have financial issues, it’s probably a good idea to speak with a bankruptcy attorney.

Speaking to a Bankruptcy Attorney During Divorce

A qualified attorney will know how to properly assess your situation and give you the best financial advice. There are different bankruptcy rules, qualifications, stipulations, exceptions, and a handful of other terms. In some situations, filing for bankruptcy while still married may be the better option, and filing for bankruptcy after a divorce may be better in others.

And the best part…. Bankruptcy consultations are free!

There is absolutely no harm in speaking to a bankruptcy lawyer. With all the new uncertainties that divorce can bring, it’s nice to be certain about one thing, and that’s your finances.

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This article is not meant as legal advice, and Bankruptcy is very complicated depending on every persons overall financial situation. So, if you are considering any chapter of the bankruptcy code, is it called one of our attorneys for a free, same day consultation.

To learn more about Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, the federal government has excellent information about it on their website at http://www.uscourts.gov/services-forms/bankruptcy

Fairmax Law™ is a Service of Jaafar Law Group PLLC and is a designated debt relief agency that helps clients file bankruptcy under the federal bankruptcy code.

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