There are intersections among certain family law issues and estate planning and bankruptcy. For example, divorce and bankruptcy often go together because if debt is assigned to one spouse who cannot pay, creditors can sue the other spouse. So, sometimes bankruptcy and divorce are both needed to get a fresh start.
Divorce and estate planning often go together because after the divorce each spouse will want to have a separate property trust to hold the property they receive in the Divorce Decree to integrate with a prenuptial agreement for the protection of themselves if they marry again as well as children. Divorcing spouses also want to get each other off of their beneficiary designation and appointments as power of attorney for health and finances.
The three family law areas in which I practice are:
1) Uncontested Divorce by Mail
2) Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements
3) Uncontested Adoption
I have a separate page devoted to each.
Legal Services Offered
While my practice is centered on helping consumers get out of debt and protect themselves and their families in the event of death or incapacity, I am happy to offer additional legal services to my existing estate planning and bankruptcy clients.
I offer my clients legal counsel regarding foreclosure, buying and selling real estate, Transfer on Death Deeds, prenuptial and post-nuptial agreements, name changes, and real estate matters generally. MULVANEY LAW OFFICES, PLLC does not do litigation.
Contact Me For A Free Legal Consultation
Are you worried about mounting debt? Or facing a Judgment, garnishment or foreclosure? Have you been putting off getting a Will for too long?
I offer free and confidential initial legal consultations to potential bankruptcy and estate planning clients.
Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or use the form below to schedule your consultation.
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