Bankruptcy for the Non-Filing Spouse

Bankruptcy for the Non-Filing Spouse in Massachusetts

Majority of married couples when deciding to file for bankruptcy, do so jointly. However, there are occasions that a married couple will file a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 separately. If you are going through a divorce, or and your spouse files for bankruptcy, the bankruptcy trustee assigned to the filing spouse may contact you to inform you of your rights concerning the marital assets. The bankruptcy trustee may require particular assets that are in your possession, be taken to meet the requirements of your spouse’s bankruptcy.

Whether the couple is in the process of a divorce, remarried and has bills separately, or other reasons, Daigle Law Office will provide you with the utmost competent and experienced support, and help protect your rights.

To schedule a free consultation, please call Daigle Law Office today at our Cape Cod: 508-470-4293 or Norwell office: 781-561-1220.