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

  • Results far beyond expectations.

    “Mr. Rice and his staff provided superlative knowledge and guidance.”

    Larry H.

  • Polished, Thorough, and Personable

    ““I retained Ms. Pfenson last year to fight a motion to modify custody. She is very personable, responsive, and easy to talk to. Seems unusual to find that combination of skills and qualities but Ms. Pfenson has them. I would recommend her to anyone dealing with a family law matter. I feel very confident having her on my side. She plays to win. Highly recommend her.”

    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

  • I called Larry and I’m glad I did.

    “Larry guided me through the process to reach an acceptable out of court settlement, which was absolute Godsend for my particular case.”

    Carl

  • Larry, Erin, Susan & Linsey gained my trust quickly and my utmost respect.

    “Never thought I would be a divorcee, but I am truly thankful Larry Rice and his team represented me. The process was painful on a personal level, but the actual legal process was handled with great care and expertise. Larry, Erin, Susan & Linsey gained my trust quickly and my utmost respect --- a BIG shout out to y'all!!! I couldn't have had better representation! THANK YOU!!!”

    Susan T.