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My divorce lawyer suggested that since my now ex-wife had run up credit cards in my name, which I am legally responsible for, even though almost all the charges were for things for her and her new boyfriend, that I should file for bankruptcy. After suggesting this to me, he sent me a bill for almost an additions $3000 dollars which took me totally by surprise. I can't afford this and I did pay him a hefty retainer in the beginning. Can I discharge this last bill of his if I successfully file bankruptcy? I don't like not paying bills, but I am on disability and don't have a big income so I am in a desperate financial situation now having to make all the house payments and utilities on my own. I would appreciate any advice, thank you
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