Filing for bankruptcy

1 Answers. Asked on Mar 13th, 2017 on Bankruptcy - New York
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My wife wants to file another joint bankruptcy because her debt is more than mine. Should I file with her or can she file bankruptcy by herself?
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Answered on Mar 14th, 2017 at 6:09 AM

The bankruptcy can be individual or joint.  A bankruptcy lawyer can determine which is the best way to go.

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If you're struggling to pay off your delinquent debts and getting hounded by collection agencies, then it's time to address your financial problems. And filing for personal bankruptcy may be the ideal solution. Whether you're an individual or married couple considering Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, or a business considering a Chapter 11 reorganization, or a farmer considering Chapter 12, you need the advice and guidance of an experienced bankruptcy attorney. Your lawyer can help determine which form of bankruptcy is right for you, prepare and file all of the paperwork, and advise you throughout the bankruptcy process.
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