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Knowing your decision making rights when getting a divorce or when you are not married to the other parent is important if you want to help in molding your child into a responsible citizen. This includes making decisions about the child’s education, religion, physical and mental health, and extra...

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Most debtors prefer a chapter 7 bankruptcy because it means most of their unsecured debts will be wiped out or discharged giving them a fresh start. But many are made to file a chapter 13 because they have enough monthly disposable income that can be garnished for a chapter 13 repayment plan. You...

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A Chapter 11 bankruptcy is similar to a Chapter 13 bankruptcy because it also involves a plan for reorganization. But fewer than 100 Chapter 11 cases are filed in all of Colorado each year compared to 10,000 Chapter 7 cases and 2,500 Chapter 13 cases. This shows that Chapter 11 cases are not tha...

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A lender can pass debts or loans to a collection agency for pennies on the dollar to save the lender debt collection expenses. However, the records that they pass to the collection agency may be incomplete which is actually not illegal.

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Colorado exemption laws list property that a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy protects. The law allows you to keep up to 7,500 in equity in the motor vehicles you won, but that amount rises to 12,500 if you or your spouse is disabled or over 60 years old.

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A significant number of debtors with regular income automatically convert their bankruptcy case from chapter 7 to chapter 13. This often happens when there are questions by creditors about whether the debtor is eligible for a chapter 7.

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Most people choose a Chapter 7 bankruptcy because the process generally takes approximately five to six months. A Chapter 13 on the other hand takes about 3 to 5 years, and is more complex compared to a Chapter 7. But both types of bankruptcies can take a longer or shorter time depending on the c...

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Since Chapter 11 Bankruptcies are very complex, they can be very expensive. In most cases, a normal small business would struggle to pay the fees for a Chapter 11. This why individuals that choose to file a Chapter 11 are usually real estate investors with more than $1.02 million in mortgage deb...

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Colorado exemption laws list property that a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy protects. The law allows you to keep up to 7,500 in equity in the motor vehicles you won, but that amount rises to 12,500 if you or your spouse is disabled or over 60 years old. But if you use the motor vehicle to get...

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Debt Relief in Colorado

Denver Bankruptcy Lawyers | A law firm focusing on bankruptcy law serving Denver, Colorado. Our primary Colorado office is located in Denver.

DENVER BANKRUPTCY ATTORNEY

We help clients in the Denver area who are facing a bankruptcy filing. If you would like to speak to an attorney about your specific situation, then please give us a call for a consultation. We focus on bankruptcy law in Colorado. We can help with: Chapter 7, Chapter 13, and Chapter 11 business bankruptcies . An experienced and affordable bankruptcy Lawyer can be a valuable asset to your legal team. You should not face this situation alone and we would be happy to help you protect your best interests during this trying time. Call our office now for a consultation


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