What is Colorado Bankruptcy? What does Colorado Bankruptcy mean? – Sometimes people have too much debt that cannot be repaid and Colorado bankruptcy is the only and best option. Bankruptcy is a federal law since 1800 that is premised on the belief that if it takes you more than five years to repay your debts, then it’s involuntary servitude to your creditors and you are entitled to a fresh financial start.
You Decide if Colorado Bankruptcy is Right for You
“The future belongs for those who prepare for it today.” This famous quote talks about educating our youth, but it also applies to anyone wishing to change his or her financial situation for the better. You are the only person who knows what is best for you and your family. So at Heupel Law we offer a free consultation to discuss your entire financial portfolio and provide you with the best solutions for your unique situation. Then you choose what path you want to pursue.
If you decide that Colorado bankruptcy is the best solution for you, our goal is to immediately reduce your stress and worries. We will handle all the details of your case and do most of the work for you. You just need to bring in your financial papers and we’ll organize your credit bills and statements and order your credit reports. We will even provide your creditors with a handy referral line to call us, so you can stop getting annoying creditor calls the minute you retain us as your bankruptcy lawyer.
There are two things that set Heupel Law apart from other Colorado bankruptcy firms. First, we offer a money-back guarantee. We guarantee if you follow the steps outlined by Heupel Law during the Colorado bankruptcy process, you’ll get out of debt; and if not, we’ll refund your attorney fees. Second, we offer “7 Steps to a 720 Credit Score”, which means you will rebuild your credit after filing bankruptcy. There are no other law firms in Colorado, to our knowledge, that offer these two things.
There are three common types of Colorado bankruptcy: Chapter 7, Chapter 11, & Chapter 13.
Knowing which Colorado bankruptcy to file depends on your income, assets, and type of debts.
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While you can only file Chapter 7 every 8 years, you can file a Chapter 13 bankruptcy even if you got a discharge in a Chapter 7 case filed at least 4 years ago. Under the amended Bankruptcy Code, you can file a second Chapter 13 within two years of filing a previous Chapter 13.
Colorado Bankruptcy is very complex. The U. S. Bankruptcy for the District of Colorado provides the following disclaimer on their Web site: “It is highly recommended that legal advice be obtained from a bankruptcy attorney.”
Don’t attempt Colorado bankruptcy on your own. Call Heupel Law at (303) 955-7570 and schedule a FREE consultation. We won’t judge you. Instead, we’ll determine if Colorado bankruptcy is a good option to get your out of debt. Our office is conveniently located at 2440 Stout Street, Denver, CO, 80205 just north of downtown Denver in Curtis Park. We have free parking.