Yes, it might in several ways. There are certain debts that may be incurred during a divorce through a written court order or property settlement that may not be dischargeable in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
An experienced attorney will need to review a divorce decree to determine whether you may face contempt actions for filing to abide by the order following completion of a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. A Chapter 13 may be used as a “super-discharge” to eliminate non-child support divorce orders.
In addition, property that you may receive in the future through a divorce decree may be taken in a Chapter 7 filing. Any time there is a divorce that is pending or recently completed, you should advise your attorney of this fact and supply a copy of the divorce decree and property settlement.