October 27, 2021


Politics and lawyers

Divorce Leading You To Bankruptcy?


If you’ve recently gone through a divorce you may be finding yourself in a financial position where bankruptcy is advantageous. Mortgage payments and paying off your regular bills can grow more difficult when you are without the support of your spouse. It can also be considerably more difficult to have to cover the cost of a second home and support for your family if you do not have primary custody. Bankruptcy could be a way that you could get a fresh start as well as get a handle on other aspects of your finances including your credit history. Our law firm has handled bankruptcy cases for the past 3+ decades and we work with men and women who are facing financial difficulty as a result of divorce. If you think that bankruptcy could be an advantageous situation that you could carry out after a divorce, contact our team today. 

We work closely with couples that are considering bankruptcy as a result of divorce. We can determine if bankruptcy would be a good option for your needs. And if bankruptcy would be a solution to the debt that you carry. The benefits of bankruptcy may exceed the costs. If you are under significant financial pressure. We can help you determine the right type of bankruptcy between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13, as well as work with your creditors to seek relief from your debts. Our team prepares all of the paperwork and filing processes and we will act as your advocate with trustees. 

If you’d like to learn more about what it takes to file for bankruptcy. And if bankruptcy would be a quality option for your financial future, contact our team today to learn more about the process. We offer services in Tallahassee, Santa Rosa Beach, Destin, and Panama City as well as across the Florida Panhandle. 

This post was written by Trey Wright, one of the best bankruptcy Tallahassee attorneys! Trey is one of the founding partners of Bruner Wright, P.A. Attorneys at Law, which specializes in areas related to bankruptcy law, estate planning, and business litigation.

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