Marital Dissolution Can Take A Serious Toll On Finances
One of the most common reasons for a person to consider bankruptcy is because of divorce. Dissolving a marriage usually involves a very significant change in the family’s financial dynamics. Suddenly there are two mortgage payments to make instead of one. There are also child support obligations, alimony payments, court fees and a host of other expenses to consider.
At The Bruntz Law Firm, LLC, we bring knowledgeable legal guidance to the aid of clients dealing with both financial and marital concerns in Colorado. Our divorce and bankruptcy attorney, Damon Bruntz, has experience in both areas of law, allowing him to provide the comprehensive counsel clients require.
Addressing Divorce-Related Debts
Court-ordered alimony and child support payments are not dischargeable through bankruptcy. However, if you have fallen behind in other areas and accumulated debts as a result of the financial strain of your divorce, filing bankruptcy may be a solution.
Every divorce agreement or support order must be carefully analyzed. The language used in the document may make it simple to pursue debt relief, or it may expose you to further court action. That is why it is important to obtain competent legal guidance.
Arrange A No-Cost, No-Obligation Consultation
With offices in Parker and Broomfield, we assist clients with family law and bankruptcy issues throughout the area. To speak with our lawyer, request a free initial consultation by calling The Bruntz Law Firm, LLC, at 720-837-2960 or by sending us an email.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.