If you are considering filing for bankruptcy relief, you probably have a lot of questions about what will happen to your credit, your belongings, and other aspects of your life after bankruptcy. Fortunately, bankruptcy laws are actually designed to help you manage your finances in a manner that is as fair as possible to both you and your creditors. Many of our clients are surprised to learn that they are able to keep their house, car, and a wide range of personal belongings and maintenance income. At Isner Law Office, we are pleased to allow our bankruptcy clients to make low, manageable monthly payments.
Six Steps to No-fault Divorce in West Virginia
When You and Your Spouse Both Agree the Marriage Is Over
If you and your spouse both agree that your marriage is over, you can pursue a no-fault divorce in West Virginia. Irreconcilable differences are recognized by law as a valid reason for the dissolution of a marriage in this state. If you and your spouse both agree and admit that the marriage is over, your divorce can proceed right away. If you both can also come to amicable agreements outside of court regarding property division, child custody, and other matters, you will just attend court hearings as scheduled, complete the paperwork, and your divorce can be finalized relatively quick. Isner Law Office is ready to assist you every step of the way whether you are both in complete agreement, require mediation services, a bit of legal guidance, or aggressive legal defense to safeguard your future, our legal team is here for you.