Divorce and Bankruptcy
Learn about the relationship between bankruptcy and divorce and how one can impact your options in the other.
Marital problems and money problems often go hand-in-hand. The financial strain of going through a divorce is one of the most common reasons why people seek out bankruptcy relief. Learn more about the interplay between divorce and bankruptcy and what to look out for when deciding the best course of action - and its timing - for you and your family.
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Divorce and bankruptcy often go hand-in-hand. Financial strain can accelerate marital strife just as easily as pending separation can negatively impact your financial stability. While you may need to seek legal relief on both fronts, it is important to know how they impact one another, and that your personal circumstances will determine the best order to address them.Read More →
Unfortunately, divorce and bankruptcy can go hand-in-hand at times, so it’s important to know how a divorce affects a bankruptcy case. If you’re considering divorcing your spouse and are thinking about addressing your debts through a Chapter 7 bankruptcy or a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, continue reading.Read More →
If a marital home is at risk of being foreclosed upon, the choices made in a couple's divorce process can significantly impact how that foreclosure risk is resolved. Who - if anyone - wants to remain in the house tends to affect the outcomes of these processes the most.Read More →