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

  • 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

  • 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

  • Choosing Larry Rice to represent me was the best choice I have made!!!

    “As a client, I can definitely say that Larry Rice has exceeded my expectations, which are high.”

    Kathryn W.

  • 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

  • Nick Rice fought for me and my children which resulted in a better outcome than I had expected.

    “fter 13 months of dealing with the emotional, financial and overall stress that is attached to a divorce, Mr. Nick Rice was able to completely get all of the issues settled in less than 4 months with me coming out better than I had expected financially and”

    Jeff