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 helped me navigate through a difficult divorce with crazy paperwork and a harsh judge.

    “Larry Rice literally rescued me at the courthouse one day.”

    Dawn H.

  • His integrity, preparation, and support made the best of a very sad situation. Highly competent, Intelligent and tenacious.

    “Nick Rice represented me in a 10 year divorce case that included 6 opposing attorneys, GAL, 2 special Masters, and TN Court of Appeals. ”

    Steve

  • Without his help I would have never been able to raise my children.

    “The end result has been that my kids have spent at least half the time with me and eight years later we’re looking at two well rounded Christians and College Scholarships for my oldest who graduates this year.”

    Russell

  • I was in the best hands throughout the process.

    “Not only were they extremely prepared for court but they also ensured that I too was prepared for court.”

    Angie

  • Mr. Rice was so helpful and his staff was superb!

    “Mr. Rice explained all possible outcomes and what I could expect at the hearing (this really helped my stress level).”

    Previous Client