Yes, Pearman Law Firm is open! We have a full staff working remotely (and at the office as necessary) to ensure your legal needs are well taken care of during these difficult times. We offer telephone consultations and virtual meetings, and can provide for all your legal representation remotely when necessary and possible. We are doing Last Wills and Estate Planning as well.
If you need legal help, do not hesitate to call us at 303-991-7600 or contact us using our online contact form.

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Wheat Ridge Bankruptcy And Divorce Lawyer

Divorce can often lead to financial distress. Likewise, financial troubles can lead to divorce. If you have questions about divorce and bankruptcy, our firm will provide the knowledgeable guidance you need.

Pearman Law Firm, P.C., is located in Wheat Ridge, Colorado, and serves clients throughout the surrounding area in bankruptcy law matters. If you value competent legal advice from an experienced bankruptcy lawyer, you can turn to our firm. Our clients are our top priority.

He leads our bankruptcy team, is committed to making the bankruptcy process as seamless as possible. He will take time to explain the steps involved in the process of filing for bankruptcy and answer your questions in a prompt manner.

Bankruptcy And Divorce Benefits

For those considering the idea of bankruptcy and divorce, our firm is a premier choice in the legal team. We have significant experience handling family law matters and can advise on all aspects of a divorce. Our Wheat Ridge bankruptcy and divorce attorney will explain the importance of how the final decree will affect your situation in bankruptcy and help answer common questions you may have, including:

  • Should my spouse and I both file?
  • What happens if I am obligated to pay child support?
  • Can I discharge credit card debt?

Support Obligations And Bankruptcy

In bankruptcy, certain domestic support obligations (such as child support and spousal support) cannot be discharged. Bankruptcy does not allow an individual to get out of debts that undermine what the divorce court says. In Chapter 13, you may be able to take away some debt obligations associated with divorce (credit card), excluding child support and spousal support.

Contact Our Denver Debt Settlement Attorney

To schedule a free initial phone consultation, we invite you to contact our firm at 720-259-9528 or 888-835-6339. We will help explain the benefits of bankruptcy and make certain that your best interests are protected at all times.