Should I File for Individual or Joint Bankruptcy?
An Orlando Bankruptcy Attorney Can Help You Decide
If you or your spouse is bringing a lot of debt into a marriage, you may have considered filing Bankruptcy as a way to ensure your marriage starts out on even ground financially. However, you may not realize that one of you can file Bankruptcy with no effect on the other’s credit. While this can bring a lot of relief to both of you, it is important to enlist the services of an experienced Orlando bankruptcy lawyer to help answer questions that both you, and your non-filing spouse may have.
Law Offices of K. Hunter Goff, P.A., I have advised thousands of clients in your situation over the last 10 years. I am familiar with the unique issues involved when only one person in a marriage wants, or needs, to file for bankruptcy. My clients find that coming in together for a meeting with me really helps to “clear the air” and remove lingering questions, doubts, and misinformation about only one spouse filing.