Good grief! You need a divorce attorney who also does bankruptcy. If you already have a bankruptcy attorney, have him/her refer you to a divorce attorney so everything can be coordinated. Good luck.
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This is not an issue you will be able to address without legal representation unless you have attended law school and completed at least a couple of semesters in bankruptcy law. Hope this perspective helps!