Bankruptcy

Filing bankruptcy may relieve a debtor of many debts, but the responsibilities of paying court awarded alimony and child support should remain. However, if you get a notice or have actual knowledge that your spouse has filed for bankruptcy, contact your lawyer immediately. Although I do not handle bankruptcy matters, I can recommend a lawyer who specializes in bankruptcy.

Reviews from People Who Have Been There

  • He was totally objective and allowed me to diverge from the "normal or customary" lawyerly path.

    “He well advised me of the consequences of my decisions. ”

    Steve

  • Nick and his team did the in depth research and created a game plan that resulted in a successful conclusion of this case.

    “I would like to commend his entire office staff for their help and support. From day one I was treated like family.”

    Phil

  • My son and I met Nick and we were both very impressed by his easy manner of talking and his knowledge of the law.

    “I was in a bad spot in my life with so much going wrong. I was very glad to have Nick's help.”

    Judy

  • I am grateful that I had Larry to help me through that challenging period of my personal life.

    “Larry was so instrumental that the proceedings of my divorce did not harm my medical practice.”

    Former Client

  • During difficult times, they can be trusted to help you make the best decisions for your future.

    “Definitely the best choice for my unexpected divorce.”

    Wendy