Filing for Bankruptcy Before, During, or After Divorce
Tulsa Bankruptcy Lawyers Providing Compassionate Assistance through Difficult
Many people who are going through marital hardships are also undergoing
financial hardships. We often see individuals filing for divorce who could
also benefit from
filing for bankruptcy. When these two situations occur simultaneously, it can feel like life
is spinning out of control.
One of the biggest challenges in bankruptcy before, during, or after a
divorce is finding a qualified attorney who you can rely on.
Greggory T. Colpitts is a board-certified bankruptcy attorney in Tulsa. The Colpitts Law Firm
has the necessary experience to properly advise you through the legal
process of filing for bankruptcy before or after divorce.
Reach out today at
(918) 302-2662 for honest answers and in-depth knowledge of the bankruptcy processes.
When to File for Bankruptcy
Divorce is one of the leading causes of financial ruin. Therefore, it is
crucial to consider your bankruptcy options to minimize your financial
burden and maximize your opportunity for a brighter future. There are
several factors you should consider when deciding whether to file for
bankruptcy before or after divorce.
These factors include:
- Household income
- Bankruptcy type
- Asset protection
- Relationship status
While our firm cannot help you through the divorce process, we are well-versed
in Oklahoma’s bankruptcy laws. When you schedule an initial consultation,
we can discuss your current financial situation while looking forward
to the future. Divorce is one of the most common catalysts for financial
changes – work with our Tulsa bankruptcy lawyers to protect your
standard of living as you transition into unmarried life.