Within the consumer law space, customer service to the client is critical. Being able to relate to your clients and understand what they are going through is vital. Prior to becoming a licensed attorney, William worked numerous customer service jobs including for Albertsons as a clerk, the Post Office as a customer service agent in a call center, and the US Small Business Administration as a loan counselor. His first job was with McDonalds during his senior year in High School. William Foster was also an officer in the US Marine Corps and deployed to the Middle East and Europe. Through his professional work experience, William developed the patience and understanding needed to provide excellent customer service for years to come.
William Foster can relate to his clients in ways other attorneys may not. He understands what it is like to struggle with debt. In the year 2008, he owned two rental properties that soon became liabilities as a result of the real estate crisis. The value of the rental properties dropped so much that they became extremely underwater. Further, the rental income was far less than the mortgage payments. He had no choice but to short-sell the properties. The hit on his credit took years to resolve but short-selling the properties was a wise financial decision that prevented a foreclosure on his record. Through this experience, William learned first-hand how to survive and rebuild from financial collapse.
He is committed to professional excellence and in securing the most optimum outcome for his clients. People over profits.
As a seasoned bankruptcy attorney and consumer protection litigator, Mr. Foster has a solid track record of successful chapter 7 cases dating back to 2009. All of his chapter 7 clients receive a discharge. For those who must file under chapter 13, he excels at getting court approval for payment plans his clients can afford.He takes pride in helping people obtain relief from financial distress and abusive creditors. He has successfully represented hundreds of debtors under chapter 7 and chapter 13 petitions and represents debtors in bankruptcy litigation.
He also represents consumers under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) and the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA)
He focuses his bankruptcy practice on three principles: Resolution, Respect, and Affordability.
Mr. Foster is a member of the following organizations:
- Colorado Bar Association
- Colorado Registered Licensed Attorney
- Federal Bar Association
- Colorado Consumer Bankruptcy Association
- National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys