Oct 13

Denver Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Lawyer | Reasons a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Discharge May Be Denied

One of the most common questions I get asked during a free consultation with a potential client is about the chances their Chapter 7 bankruptcy petition will be denied. No one wants to put time and effort, and quite frankly hope, in something that has a high probability of failure. This is exactly why you …

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Oct 10

Contingent and Unliquidated Claims in Bankruptcy

When you file for a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Aurora, Centennial or anywhere else in Colorado, you must list your debts (also known as claims) and whether those claims are contingent or unliquidated. Let’s continue reading to learn more about these claims and whether you can get rid of them in a …

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Oct 04

Aurora Bankruptcy Attorney | Are You Being Sued by a Debt Collector in Centennial?

If you are being sued by a debt collector for non-payment, it may be time to consider filing for bankruptcy in Aurora, Centennial, or Denver. The process begins with a summons and complaint. You will be served with this legal paperwork, which outlines the basic information about the suit – including where the case was …

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Sep 29

Financial Management Course and Debtor Education Course in Littleton Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Before filing a Littleton, Colorado Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you must take a personal financial management course (credit counseling course). If you are married and filing a joint bankruptcy, you and your spouse will also have to take the credit counseling course prior to filing bankruptcy.  After filing a Chapter 7 or Chapter …

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Sep 26

Centennial Bankruptcy Attorney | Bankruptcy Means Test in Denver, Colorado

The Means Test is a calculation used to determine which type of bankruptcy is appropriate for you in Colorado. Read more here.

Every year, the State of Colorado calculates the average income for an individual and multiple person family. This average is used to determine which type of bankruptcy may be appropriate to file. As of April 1, 2017 the following median incomes apply: One Person Two People Three People Four People $55,858 $72,037 $81,496 $95,117 If …

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Sep 22

Aurora Bankruptcy Lawyer | Can I Discharge My Student Loan Debt through Bankruptcy in Denver?

When the debt is mounting and people are feeling financial pressures in Aurora and Centennial, Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy may be the answer. However, if student loans comprise part of your debt, you should know it is very difficult to get it discharged through bankruptcy. Denver Bankruptcy Lawyer and the Brunner Test: How …

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Sep 19

Centennial Bankruptcy Attorney | When Should I Consider Filing for Bankruptcy?

Often, people express their frustration with not knowing when their financial problems have gone past the point of no return and they should consider filing for bankruptcy. While there is no exact formula for determining when it is best to file your petition for bankruptcy in Centennial, Aurora, or Denver, there are some tell-tale signs …

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Sep 15

Aurora Bankruptcy Attorney | Listing Assets – Are Gifts Considered an Asset in a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

When preparing to file a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Aurora, Littleton, or Centennial, it is extremely important that you disclose all your assets, and this includes gifts. Many people question this because the gift was not something they spent their own money on. We understand this completely, and know that often the …

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Sep 12

Joint Bankruptcy Lawyer in Littleton, Colorado: Is a Joint Bankruptcy a Good Idea?

If you are married and wish to file bankruptcy in Littleton or anywhere else in Colorado, you have the option of filing a joint bankruptcy. Depending on your unique situation, a joint bankruptcy may be a better option than filing bankruptcy alone. Joint Bankruptcy in Centennial, Colorado: What is a Joint Bankruptcy? If you live …

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