How Do Bankruptcy And Divorce Affect Each Other?
Divorce is both emotionally and financially draining. When marital property is divided and spouses must live separately on one source of income, they often find that they are unable to manage their debts. For such individuals, bankruptcy may be a necessary source of debt relief.
Whether you are contemplating divorce, going through the process of divorce, or you are struggling financially in the aftermath of a divorce, you may have questions about bankruptcy. To find the answers you need, contact an experienced bankruptcy lawyer at Robertson, Oswalt, Nony & Associates.
With office locations in Little Rock, Conway, Benton and Heber Springs, we serve clients throughout Arkansas.
Get The Debt Relief You Need Today
There are so many ways that a divorce can impact the financial security of a husband or wife. Have you been ordered to pay child support or spousal support? Have you been ordered to pay a large sum of marital debts? Have large attorney’s fees left you without the means to pay for necessary monthly expenses? Do you wonder what happens if your spouse files for bankruptcy?
If divorce has left you without the financial means to manage your monthly bills, bankruptcy may provide the critical debt relief you are seeking. Bankruptcy may allow you to:
- Discharge credit card debts
- Discharge medical bills
- Discharge most other types of consumer debts
- Stop an auto repossession or possibly a home foreclosure
Bankruptcy is designed to help people obtain a fresh start, free from the stress and burden of unmanageable debt. We have helped many people obtain debt relief, and we are pleased to speak with you to determine if we may be of help to you.
For the convenience of our clients, Visa and Mastercard are accepted, and payment plans are also available.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.