Your decision to pursue a consumer bankruptcy before, during or after divorce can be positively influenced by the sound guidance of an experienced bankruptcy attorney with a reputation for achieving positive results for clients.
I want to assist you with your bankruptcy needs. Serving bankruptcy clients in Seattle and Puget Sound with quality, full-service representation for every phase of your Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 debt relief strategy — including the role that divorce can play in your decision — I am attorney Renee Roman at the Des Moines, Washington, office of Marine View Law & Escrow, P.L.L.C.
In a time of epidemic levels of personal and business bankruptcies, as well as the highest divorce rate ever, you may be facing the need to end your marriage and the reality of personal bankruptcy, for the financial "fresh start" you deserve.
Which should you pursue first — bankruptcy or divorce This is an important decision and one that should be made BEFORE your divorce is complete. I can explain facts and legal options that lead to sound decisions about your future.
I personalize my quality legal representation to fit your unique situation. You can benefit from my many years of experience and my commitment to solutions for any pressing problem. Contact my law office today to reserve your confidential initial consultation.
Dedicated To Solutions For Your Bankruptcy And Divorce Legal Issues
Financial problems within U.S. families are the leading causes of stress that can end a marriage. So it is no wonder that so many opt for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy to remedy those difficulties.
For example, you can divorce your spouse, but you cannot legally separate debts collected during your marriage. Both spouses are responsible for those. They can be divided in the divorce settlement agreement. Also, if your former husband or wife does not make good on repayment of debt, a creditor can later pursue you for the debt.
When one spouse files for consumer bankruptcy, it often sends the other spouse into bankruptcy too. And after divorce, domestic support obligations such as alimony and child support are not dischargeable during bankruptcy.
To speak with an experienced Seattle bankruptcy lawyer in an informative, confidential complimentary consultation and to learn more about the connection between bankruptcy and divorce, contact Marine View Law & Escrow, P.L.L.C., at 206-701-6564 or 877-449-4819. You can also email me. I welcome the opportunity to serve you in any way I can.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.