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Questions to Ask a Bankruptcy Lawyer One of the first questions many clients ask is, “What is your fee?” This is a fair question. Some attorneys charge a minimum flat rate of $1200 or more for all types of cases...
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Should I File Bankruptcy? If you are asking yourself this question, you are not alone. The path to debt relief is not as long or as lonely as you might think. Every year thousands of people across the State file bankruptcy....
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Bankruptcy and Divorce Filing divorce can have a significant impact on the spouses’ finances especially for dual income households. Many spouses incur substantial legal fees during the divorce process as well. One of the spouses may be required to pay...
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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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