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Divorce often stems from financial problems, which can also result in a bankruptcy case. However, filing for both divorce and bankruptcy at the same time generally isn’t advisable. Instead, visit a bankruptcy law firm and speak with a lawyer about your situation. Your attorney is likely to recommend that you file for bankruptcy first and then file for divorce once your bankruptcy case is resolved.

You can hear more about this issue when you watch this video. You’ll learn that if you do file for divorce too soon, that case may remain pending until your bankruptcy case is resolved.