Divorce and Bankruptcy

The end of a marriage is an emotional and stressful time. It can be difficult to think about the practical and financial realities that often accompany divorce. Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for one or both spouses to file bankruptcy after filing for divorce. Filing for bankruptcy may protect against creditors who are attempting to collect debt accrued during the marriage.

In this situation, it is absolutely essential to work with trusted and knowledgeable San Antonio attorneys who have knowledge in both divorce and bankruptcy and how the two legal proceedings affect each other. You can find this knowledge and skill at the Law Offices of Jon R. Disrud. Contact our divorce and bankruptcy lawyers in San Antonio online or call 210-569-0581 to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your case.

San Antonio Lawyers, Advising on Asset Protection

It is important to understand your options before taking action. A crucial aspect of divorce.

However, the best strategy for your situation ultimately depends on your individual circumstances, which is why it is so important to consult with a San Antonio visitation attorney when you are considering filing for divorce and bankruptcy.

We can also help when an ex-spouse files for bankruptcy to avoid paying marital credit card debt, mortgage debt, spousal support or child support.

Call for a Consultation With a Divorce Attorney in Texas

If you are going through a divorce that implicates you need experienced legal representation. Contact our San Antonio asset protection attorneys online or call 210-569-0581 to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your case.