If I’m Getting Divorced, Should I Also Consider a Bankruptcy?

           If you’re considering divorce, or are even in the middle of a divorce and find that splitting the debts incurred during the marriage is overwhelming, you should give our office a call. Many times, getting bankruptcy relief during the time of a divorce can make it easier for both spouses to move forward. You truly can get a fresh start on your future.

Our office has vast experience serving clients to eliminate debt, who may also be considering a divorce. We can advise you as to the pros and cons of filing for bankruptcy, as well as the timing of doing so. Waiting to file bankruptcy until after a divorce is complete can have negative consequences, so it is important that you obtain the advice you need prior to your divorce becoming final.

            Which should you pursue first — bankruptcy or divorce? This is an important decision and one that should be made BEFORE your divorce is complete. Our office can explain facts and legal options that lead to sound decisions about your future. We personalize our quality legal representation to fit your unique situation. You can benefit from our many years of experience and our commitment to finding legal solutions for our clients’ financial concerns. Contact our office today for your free consultation.

            When one spouse files for consumer bankruptcy, it often sends the other spouse into bankruptcy too. So it’s important that you contact us today at (206) 408-8158 or visit www.dallawfirm.com if you think you may need our assistance.

            “Darcel was always there when I had questions or concerns. If I ever had another legal matter I would go back to her.”

                                                                        - Prior Client

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.