We Understand How Bankruptcy Affects Divorce
Many people experience financial difficulties during and after divorce proceedings. The expenses of one household are often easier to handle with two incomes. If the couple has children together, the added expense of paying child support can also have an impact.
Has a divorce resulted in unpaid debt or financial difficulties? Do the expenses of maintaining a household and paying child support have you stuck between a rock and a hard place? If so, consider a board-certified bankruptcy lawyer from Rothschild & Ausbrooks. Contact our firm today to arrange your free consultation.
A Common Problem
Oftentimes, financial problems in a marriage contribute to a divorce. Many people continue to have financial problems after a divorce. Some people may have the expenses of repaying their ex-spouse’s debts, paying child support and struggling to maintain a household. The emotional effects can result in depression, the inability to work and the eventual loss of a job. Our board-certified attorneys can help you manage your debt and get a new beginning on life after a divorce.
How Do New Bankruptcy Laws Affect Child Support?
Under old bankruptcy laws, it was possible to file an “automatic stay” that averted legal action regarding unpaid child support. Under the new bankruptcy laws, child support as well as alimony will take precedence over other creditors’ claims. Child support is designed to provide financial support for your children. Our firm can help you continue to support your children, manage your debt and regain control of your financial situation.
Contact Us — Child Support and Bankruptcy Attorney in Nashville, TN
Divorce and bankruptcy can involve many complex issues. Our skilled Nashville child support and bankruptcy lawyers can help. Contact Rothschild & Ausbrooks, PLLC, today to learn more.