Divorce and Bankruptcy
A divorce involves many financial considerations and often can lead to bankruptcy. The Ellett Law Offices, P.C., has the experience clients in Phoenix, Arizona, and surrounding areas need to resolve the contentious bankruptcy issues that can result from a divorce proceeding.
Decisions about debt issues during a divorce can have a profound effect on your future. Contact a knowledgeable Phoenix divorce bankruptcy attorney to find out your legal rights.
Since 1993, we have provided experienced legal representation to effectively resolve bankruptcy issues, including the need for complicated debt relief and asset protection that a divorce can entail. We use our extensive knowledge of federal bankruptcy law that includes published bankruptcy court decisions to effectively resolve even the most complicated divorce bankruptcy cases.
Debt division and elimination during a divorce is often best handled by an experienced lawyer, skilled at working with Arizona bankruptcy exemptions. From the start, we assess your circumstances to determine a sound plan of action and always confirm that bankruptcy is the most effective option for you. For every case, we stand ready to aggressively fight for your rights. During every step of the legal process, we guide clients through the complexities of bankruptcy.
From experience, we understand how challenging it can be for clients to go through two legal proceedings at the same time. During a divorce proceeding, couples can file bankruptcy jointly or as individuals, depending on their circumstances. We strive to make the process of bankruptcy as comfortable as possible for our clients. In every case, it is our goal to resolve issues with personal debt effectively and efficiently. In today’s economy, we understand the need clients have for quality representation with a cost-effective approach.
Contact a Scottsdale Joint Bankruptcy Attorney
If you would like to discuss a bankruptcy issue and would like to meet with a qualified lawyer, please call 602-235-9510 or send an e-mail. Initial consultations are offered free of charge and financing options can be made available for some cases. Click here to review a schedule of our fees.
We are pleased to inform you that we have been designated by federal law as a debt relief agency. We help people and businesses file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.