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Family problems and money problems often go hand in hand. Couples who are thinking about divorce may also be thinking about filing for bankruptcy. Other times, if you recently divorced and your ex-spouse filed for bankruptcy, it could create financial hardship because you could still be responsible for any jointly held debts. In either situation, it is very important to work with a lawyer who can help you choose the best course of action.

At Wm. Barry Phillips, P.C. our Killeen law firm helps people across Central Texas take on difficult bankruptcy and divorce problems. Whether you are thinking about filing for bankruptcy before your divorce or your ex-spouse has filed bankruptcy and you don’t know what to do, our law firm can help. For many couples, filing bankruptcy jointly before filing for divorce can make both processes much simpler and less expensive. If filing bankruptcy before your divorce is a sensible solution, our Killeen divorce and bankruptcy attorneys will take action on your behalf.

One of the biggest financial problems after a divorce is when one ex-spouse files bankruptcy. In these cases, the other spouse can still be legally responsible for any jointly held debts, such as credit card debts. If you are facing this problem, our law firm will review the terms of your divorce agreement and help you decide whether to file bankruptcy or consider other alternatives.

Our attorneys, James O. Cure and George Micco, have dedicated their careers to resolving complex family law and bankruptcy matters. You can depend on us to steer you toward the option that best meets all of your needs.

Contact Wm. Barry Phillips, P.C.

Call 254-634-0271 or complete our online contact form to schedule your free initial consultation.

We are a debt relief agency. We provide legal representation for people filing for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.