Financial difficulties are never easy. When you are married and facing severe financial hardship, the stress can be overwhelming and tear your marriage apart. Getting divorced and filing for bankruptcy at the same time is complicated and requires the help of a lawyer who is experienced in both areas.
The Missouri firm of Jennifer Benedict Law Office, LLC, provides legal services in bankruptcy and family law. With our attorney's extensive experience in both practice areas, we are well-equipped to help couples who are facing divorce and thinking about bankruptcy. As a small law firm that emphasizes quality over quantity, we provide personal attention with our team of legal professionals dedicated to meeting your needs.
Navigating Complex Processes To Help You Reach Your Goals
Common questions that clients ask us about divorce and bankruptcy include:
- Should I file for bankruptcy after divorce or before?
- Should my spouse and I file for bankruptcy jointly or should I file separately?
- How will the bankruptcy affect division of assets in the divorce?
- How will filing for divorce affect my eligibility for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy?
We can answer these questions and more. As an attorney who practices in both consumer bankruptcy and divorce, Jennifer Benedict has an understanding of how the two areas of law interact. She walks you through your options and explains thoroughly how a decision in one area of law affects the other area of law. When you come to us, you get focused representation from our knowledgeable lawyer.