Divorce And Bankruptcy: Early Advice Is Important

There are certain areas of law that just go hand-in-hand.  Two of those are family law and bankruptcy.  Without a doubt, divorce is one of the biggest reasons for the filing of a bankruptcy in Colorado.  Together, the couple is able to make ends meet.  Separately, the two individuals cannot make ends meet.  It’s simple math and you have choices to make.  One of them is bankruptcy.

If you’re in a divorce situation, it’s important to educate yourself on your bankruptcy options as soon as possible. Should you not file bankruptcy at all?  Should you file a chapter 7 or chapter 13 bankruptcy?  Should you file bankruptcy with your spouse before the divorce?  Should you file bankruptcy by yourself after the divorce?  Is there anything you should be doing between now and then?  What’s the best way to address all of your problems?  Wagner Law Office P.C. wants to provide you with these answers.

No one wants to go through a divorce.  No one wants to go through bankruptcy.  That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be prepared when it happens.  Schedule a FREE consultation with Wagner Law Office, P.C.  You will meet with a Colorado attorney with experience in both bankruptcy and family law.  You will get the answers to your questions.  You will figure out what you should or should not be doing.  Wagner Law Office, P.C is equipped to assist you through this difficult time.  Give our office a call at (303) 536-5124.