Monthly Archives: February 2012

Bankruptcy is also just a beginning

I know, not terribly original of me, but I realized some similarities in how folks looked a bankruptcy as an end just as many look as divorce as an end. So, I wrote a post entitled “Bankruptcy: Just the beginning” … Continue reading

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Divorce: Just the beginning

Many folks come to me regarding a divorce and perceive it as an ending. Some do not want it to happen and others believe this “end” will set them free from something painful. While it does bring a few things to a close, divorce is more appropriately viewed as a beginning. And, as a beginning, it is very important how it begins because the actions and attitudes adopted early in the process will largely determine how the process will go forward. Continue reading

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Domestic Support Obligations and Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy of an ex-spouse after the entry of a divorce decree (the dissolution of a marriage) can have substantial implications of obligations owed by that ex-spouse to you.  I’ve written a post regarding domestic support obligations in Chapter 7 as compared … Continue reading

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