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Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Colorado Chapter 7 Bankruptcy law is covered under Title 11 of the US Code. There are two chapters consumer debtors routinely file under: Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. In some rare cases, a high net worth...
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Creditors Objection to Discharge Creditors may file an objection to discharge of a particular debt based on fraud/false pretenses. The complaint must be filed within 60 days after the consumer bankruptcy case is filed. The filing of a complaint results...
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The Top 5 Reasons To File Bankruptcy   1. Stop a Wage Garnishment. Wage garnishment hinders the person’s ability to pay their regular monthly bills, such as rent and car payments. 2. Get a Fresh Start. The person may begin...
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What is Bankruptcy? Bankruptcy is a form of debt relief provided under title 11 of the U.S. Code. There are two forms of consumer bankruptcy including chapter 7 and chapter 13. Chapter 7 is a liquidation bankruptcy. There is no...
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Chapter 7 Bankruptcy for High Income Earners Filing bankruptcy for above median income debtors (high earners) is challenging which is why you need a skilled attorney who specializes in bankruptcy. High income earners are often told they do not qualify...
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Bankruptcy and Statute of Limitations In Colorado, creditors are generally prohibited from obtaining a judgment on a debt six years after the last date of account activity. This could be the last date you made a purchase or made a...
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Am I eligible for chapter 7 bankruptcy? You can file chapter 7 bankruptcy only once every eight years. If you filed a chapter 13 in the past and want to file a chapter 7, the rules are a little more...
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The vast majority of your debts can  be discharged (dismissed) in a chapter 7 bankruptcy including credit cards (with some limited exceptions), medical debts, personal loans including pay day loans, rental related debts, utility bills, tuition and fees, and many...
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Bankruptcy Petition Preparer The main reason you should not use a petition preparer is because they are prohibited from providing legal advice. Once the case is filed, the preparer has no further involvement. Therefore your case is technically a pro...
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Secured Debts in Bankruptcy If you wish to Surrender the Collateral: Vehicles: You are no longer obligated to make the monthly payment, however, you must make arrangements with the lender to surrender the collateral within 45 days after the filing...
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