Divorce And Bankruptcy In Kentucky

In a country with a record divorce rate — and epidemic levels of employment that often lead to personal bankruptcy — it is not uncommon to hear questions like these when a skilled attorney handles both consumer bankruptcy and uncontested divorce:

"Which should I pursue first — my bankruptcy or my divorce? I can't afford to finance both."

"If I am also going through a divorce, will a bankruptcy disrupt those proceedings?"

"Should my former spouse and I undertake the bankruptcy separately or together?"

At the Law Office of Allan E. Dunaway, PLC, serving divorcing couples and bankruptcy candidates in Louisville and Jeffersonville since 1999, we have found that filing bankruptcy can actually make a divorce case easier to settle.

If you are on the verge of divorce, or in the midst of divorce proceedings, and are considering bankruptcy, it is important to discuss these issues in depth with our experienced lawyer Allan E. Dunaway, so that the proper information can be reviewed. It is well known that finances are one of the leading causes of divorce, and considering bankruptcy before filing for divorce has helped other families get over their financial hurdles so they could save their marriages.

Mr. Dunaway can assist with your uncontested or contested divorce as well as oversee your bankruptcy filing, staying available to answer your questions and supplying you with the facts you need for sound decisions about your future.

When you are presented with the dilemma of choosing between filing bankruptcy and dividing debt in divorce, our law firm is on your side. To learn more about our reputation for compassionate, confidential representation, and to arrange your free initial consultation, contact us in Kentucky or Indiana.

Experienced Louisville Divorce And Bankruptcy Lawyer Allan E. Dunaway

Call toll free today — 800-392-0352. Your email message will be responded to promptly. Our law office is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Evening and weekend hours are available by appointment.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.