Skilled Counsel On Bankruptcy And Family Law
As a dedicated Tennessee bankruptcy attorney, Mark T. Young understands that divorce proceedings and bankruptcy petitions often go hand in hand. If you are considering divorce and also need financial relief through Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy protection, it is important that you seek guidance from a qualified lawyer.
Divorce, Child Support And Bankruptcy
At Mark T. Young & Associates, in Chattanooga, our legal team understands the emotional and financial issues associated with divorce and bankruptcy. We devote the necessary time, talent and resources to help clients achieve their financial goals. To that extent, we have helped couples and individuals determine if they should file for bankruptcy while going through divorce proceedings. In some cases, it is advisable for the couple to file together. In other cases, it is best for each person to file separately.
Oftentimes, divorce lawyers send their clients to our firm to file for bankruptcy. Depending on your situation, filing for bankruptcy before handling your divorce can help streamline your divorce proceedings.
It is important to note that child support and alimony obligations are nondischargeable debts under the Bankruptcy Code. You cannot discharge or wipe away child support payments in Chapter 7. You may place back child support (arrears) in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, which could enable you to catch up on your support.
Call Us Today For A Free Consultation
Our legal team is available to discuss your situation at 423-933-1606 or toll-free at 888-376-0282. You may also send us an email to schedule your free consultation with a qualified lawyer. We are conveniently located and offer handicap accessibility, as well as free parking.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.