+1 303-297-7729
Denver and Aurora Offices - Free Onsite Parking

Posts filed under: Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

If the equity in your home exceeds the exemption limit in Colorado, you may be at risk of losing your home by filing a chapter 7 (liquidation). In such cases, I recommend filing a chapter 13 (reorganization/non-liquidation). In most cases,...
Continue Reading →
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy – How do Creditors get Paid? Secured Debts In most cases, you will make payments to secured creditors (e.g. mortgage, auto loan) outside of the bankruptcy just as you normally would. If you qualify, you may seek...
Continue Reading →
What happens to mortgages in bankruptcy? It  depends on which chapter of bankruptcy you file under and what your intentions are. Chapter 7 If you file a chapter 7 and you want to keep the home, you will continue making...
Continue Reading →
Repeat Bankruptcy Filings: How Often Can you file? An attorney will look-up your previous bankruptcy filing to verify the date. The timelines start with the date of filing not the date of discharge. Waiting Periods Apply to Discharge First, some...
Continue Reading →
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...
Continue Reading →
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...
Continue Reading →
When a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy May Be Preferable to a Chapter 7. 1) A Chapter 13 can remove a second mortgage from your home. Your attorney must file a motion to value collateral. To qualify, you must show that your...
Continue Reading →
Chapter 13 vs Chapter 7 Bankruptcy One of the first questions people ask when contemplating bankruptcy is which chapter they should file under. For consumer debtors (non-business related debts), it is a matter of comparing chapter 13 vs 7.  In...
Continue Reading →