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Spouses of Debtors

Denver Bankruptcy Firm

Spouses of debtors often receive indirect relief from a bankruptcy discharge, without having to file a petition. This can be extremely beneficial, especially for credit and other financial resources.

Bankruptcy can be helpful in dealing with secured creditors, and often allows a debtor to retain property and reduce his payments. The co-debtor stay for consumer debts in Chapter 13 provides some relief for a debtor’s co-signers. This means a spouse will not have to deal with the same amount of pressure and debt collection as their main debt holder.

Our Denver bankruptcy attorneys are here to guide you through this difficult, and often confusing, time.

If you have more questions about what will happen to you or your spouse during a bankruptcy filing, be sure to contact us today at (303) 893-0833.