If bankruptcy matters arise after a divorce, you probably have questions about what you can and cannot discharge in a bankruptcy. It is important to understand the differences between dischargeable and non-dischargeable debts or obligations.
In Georgia, domestic support obligation debts such as alimony (maintenance) and child support cannot be discharged in a bankruptcy. However, back child support can be consolidated and paid off through a Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
Our Marietta alimony and bankruptcy attorneys know the law and will work for you to help you get the debt relief you need. We have significant experience representing men and women in Chapter 7 bankruptcy and Chapter 13 bankruptcy matters involving divorce.
Please contact our bankruptcy lawyers to schedule a free initial consultation. Call our Marietta office at 770-565-7924. Consultations can be scheduled at any time, and evening and weekend appointments are available by request.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Federal Bankruptcy Code.