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

  • They always made time for me and made me feel like a priority.

    “Larry Rice and Erin O’Dea are excellent attorneys.”

    Nancy

  • They were so helpful and supportive in processing my documents in timely manner. It was a great experience.

    “I would like to extend my appreciation to all the staff of Rice, Amundsen and Caperton, PLLC.”

    M.T.

  • Very professional and puts his clients interest first

    “A pleasure to deal with. I would not want him to be going against him in any legal matter... ”

    Ronnie

  • I hope I never need a attorney, but if I do, I will only call Larry Rice.

    “He understood my difficult situation and was concerned about me as a person and not a pay check, and gave me wonderful advice.”

    Tony N.

  • Nick really does care about the best interest of his clients.

    “I have used Nick on multiple Family Law situations. He helped me during my divorce and child custody years ago and I could not ask for better. He knows the law and is excellent in the courtroom. Nick really does care about the best interest of his clients. I hired Nick a second time this year dealing with a child relocation case. Again he is a professional with family law. He will fight to the very end and not let anything slip through the cracks. He was able to get me everything I wanted and more. If you are in the unfortunate position to need a family lawyer do yourself a favor hire this man, there is no one else I would trust to handle child custody, relocation and divorce! Period!”

    Jonathan F.