Can I file bankruptcy without my spouse?
Many people are afraid to file bankruptcy because of how it may affect their spouse. A married person can file bankruptcy by themselves or with their spouse. When a married person files by themselves it does not affect the spouse's credit score, debts, or property. There can be advantages to filing alone or filing together. At Reynard & Rice L.L.P, we provide a free consultation so we can sit down and go over which way might benefit you the most.