Your Advocate When Your Spouse Files For Bankruptcy During Divorce

You are in the process of divorce and your spouse has decided to file bankruptcy without you. What do you do? The legal and practical effect of a so-called "single spouse" filing on the "nonfiling spouse" can be devastating. You need smart and honest guidance. That is what we provide at Lanser Law Office in Waukesha, Wisconsin.

If your spouse made a decision to file bankruptcy during your divorce, you need to get to the facts. We will be at your side throughout the process and attempt to minimize any damage to you. Contact an attorney at our firm online or call 262-522-2280.

We Do Not Sugarcoat The Impact Of Your Spouse's Bankruptcy Filing

At Lanser Law Office, we are candid and honest with our clients. We will not sugarcoat the effects that the bankruptcy filing may have on you. A bankruptcy filing by your spouse will likely affect your assets, your liabilities and the divorce that is pending or contemplated. A bankruptcy trustee will be assigned in your spouse's bankruptcy case and will likely contact you with regard to the trustee's rights in marital assets, including those marital assets that are in your possession and under your control.

At Your Side And Dedicated To Helping You Move On

We will help you move on to the next phase of your life. You are entitled to our advice, guidance and compassionate support. We help all of our clients get through the life-changing decisions related to a bankruptcy filing. Even if they did not make the decision.

Find Out Your Options For Protecting Your Interests

Find out about what you can do if your spouse files bankruptcy in the midst of your divorce. Call Lanser Law Office at 262-522-2280 to arrange an appointment with our experienced bankruptcy lawyer. We represent clients in Waukesha, New Berlin and the Milwaukee area. You can also reach us online.