Divorce And Bankruptcy In Arizona

Unmanageable debts can create considerable stress in a relationship. While they may not be the primary cause of divorce, financial problems can contribute to marital problems. Unfortunately, your financial problems may not go away after the divorce. In fact, they may escalate as you try to support an entire household on a single income.

Filing bankruptcy can significantly reduce or eliminate unmanageable debts. The extra cash flow you receive can make it easier to service your remaining debts and support yourself and your family. If bankruptcy is truly the right solution for you, the question for divorcing couples is "When should we file bankruptcy, before or after the divorce?"

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Some couples with unmanageable debts are better off filing for bankruptcy before they divorce. Other couples may find it more advantageous to file Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy after the divorce is final.

At DeShon Laraye Pullen PLC, we work with bankruptcy specialist who can answer these and other questions regarding divorce, bankruptcy and post-divorce finances. An attorney at our firm can review your situation and recommend your best course of action.

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DeShon Laraye Pullen PLC, does not represent clients in bankruptcy proceedings. But if filing bankruptcy appears to be a possible solution for you, we can refer you to a qualified bankruptcy attorney. We can also coordinate our work with that of your bankruptcy attorney and other actions during the divorce process to protect your community and non-marital property.

Contact A Phoenix Family Lawyer

To schedule a consultation about divorce and bankruptcy in Arizona, contact DeShon Laraye Pullen PLC.