Are you struggling with debt and feeling stressed? If you are, it is vital that you seek legal advice from a well-experienced law firm, such as Missimer Law, S.C. to determine and guide you through the legal proceeding of bankruptcy. Attorney Richard Missimer is licensed to practice in the Eastern and Western District Courts of Wisconsin. He will explain the different types of bankruptcy provided under the law and determine which type meets your case. In addition, you will receive legal guidance through every step of filing Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 cases – lightening your stress load.
Attorney Richard Missimer will answer all of your legal questions regarding a Wisconsin bankruptcy:
Attorney Richard Missimer is licensed to practice in the Eastern and Western District Courts of Wisconsin. He offers affordable rates for filing Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 cases.
People in the midst of divorce often file for bankruptcy before the divorce becomes final. Filing for bankruptcy during the divorce is preferable to finalizing the divorce first and then filing bankruptcy later. Filing bankruptcy after a divorce may harm your ex-spouse economically. The family court resolves this issue by making you pay damages that would have been dischargeable, if the bankruptcy was filed before or during the divorce action. So, filing for bankruptcy early in the divorce may be an economically sound decision, especially if bankruptcy is likely to occur shortly after the divorce is finalized.
Contact Attorney Richard Missimer for a free consultation to discuss your divorce and/or bankruptcy issues.