In-Depth Analysis and Clear Guidance for Your Financial Future
Almost everyone considering bankruptcy must think about how it will affect others in their lives, both financially and personally. Whether you have been married for some time or got married recently, you may have very important questions about a bankruptcy’s impact on your husband or wife.
Can I file individually and leave my spouse out of the legal proceedings? Can one of us take the hit to our credit report while keeping the other’s credit clean? Will my spouse risk losing property if I file bankruptcy? At the Price Law Firm, we can readily provide answers specific to the details of your case, based on considerations such as:
- Whether debts you want discharged are held jointly or under only one spouse’s name
- Whether you own property together or separately, and whether that property falls under bankruptcy exemptions
How Does Bankruptcy Affect Married Couples? Get Answers and Counsel Specific to Your Case.
Helping families find the best overall debt relief solution for their unique needs is at the heart of our professional team’s efforts. We want our clients to think about maintaining and rebuilding credit for the future and protecting all the assets they can. To that end, we ask the right questions and base our recommendations on whether both spouses should file on the facts and the application of current laws.
Contact a Dedicated Bankruptcy Attorney: Orlando and Central Florida
Our lawyers and staff will take all your concerns seriously and treat you with respect every step of the way through the decision-making process and your bankruptcy case. Our clear mission is to help you make the right choices and gain the maximum benefits possible.
Our work together can begin with a free consultation to discuss your troubled financial situation and various legal options for dealing with it. We will be happy to meet with you individually or as a couple and work toward the right option for all concerned.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.