Bankruptcy and Divorce
If you are involved in or considering divorce, you may also be thinking about filing bankruptcy. You may be wondering what will happen if your ex-spouse files bankruptcy. Will a bankruptcy filing be in your best interests? If so, when should you file? If your ex-spouse files bankruptcy, will you be responsible for all the debts of the marriage? You want an experienced and knowledgeable attorney to help you understand your opportunities and help you protect your future.
Father-Daughter Law Firm
At Gingold & Gingold LLC, attorney Ira D. Gingold has been practicing bankruptcy law since 1971; his daughter and partner Jamie L. Gingold has an extensive background in bankruptcy, business, finance and real estate law. We have a strong commitment to personal service and attention and will address all your concerns directly. Because of our considerable experience and knowledge, we are able to handle even the most complex bankruptcy cases.
To arrange an appointment with our bankruptcy and divorce lawyers, call our office at (404) 685-8800 or e-mail us. Your first office meeting is always without cost or obligation. We have multiple locations to serve you: Atlanta, Cumming, Dallas and Douglasville.
Experienced Advice When Going Through Bankruptcy During Divorce
Filing bankruptcy while going through a divorce is a very stressful situation. When bankruptcy and divorce are combined, the situation can seem overwhelming. Having experienced and caring legal advice can make a big difference.
At our law firm, we take the bankruptcy burden off your shoulders, completing paperwork, advising you and discussing how child support and spousal support may affect your finances. Our lawyers handle both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy filings. We will help you determine your best course of action.
We have seen people think about divorce because they believe that their financial problems cannot be resolved. We can help you get a fresh start on your financial life, which may help you get a fresh start on your marriage.
Contact Gingold & Gingold LLC
We offer a free initial consultation to anyone considering filing for a Georgia bankruptcy during divorce. Our attorneys will meet with you in person, including evenings or Saturdays upon request. Call us at (404) 685-8800 or e-mail us to schedule an appointment.