Denver Bankruptcy Attorney
Serving clients throughout Colorado
This law firm represents consumers and small businesses in bankruptcy. Our case load ranges from simple no-asset chapter 7 bankruptcy cases to complex chapter 11 cases. Each involves strategic planning and analysis. Your case will be handled directly by experienced bankruptcy attorneys, not paralegals. Our attorneys will be intimately involved in every stage of your bankruptcy case.
We handle all legal matters related to bankruptcy and debt relief in Colorado including protection under Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 of the bankruptcy code. We also represent small to medium sized businesses in Chapter 11 reorganization. This law firm serves clients in Denver and surrounding communities. We will prepare, file and represent your bankruptcy petition in Colorado through the order of discharge. Foster Law Group has focused on bankruptcy law in Colorado since 2008.
Lowest Attorney’s Fees for full representation in simple chapter 7 consumer bankruptcy.
Satisfaction With Our Bankruptcy Legal Representation Guaranteed!
We are specialists and we guarantee your satisfaction with our bankruptcy representation. We want you to be happy with our bankruptcy legal services before and after you have received your bankruptcy discharge. It is because of this that most of our clients come from referrals.
Click here to schedule a free consultation or call us at 303-297-7729.
Office Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday
Address: 3515 S Tamarac Drive, Suite 200, Denver, CO 80237
About Bankruptcy Law in Colorado
Material presented on the Foster Law Group website is intended for informational purposes only. It is not intended as professional advice and should not be construed as such.
The United States bankruptcy laws were amended in 2005 by a law known as the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Abuse Protection Act (BACPA). The law has made filing bankruptcy much more complicated. One mistake or omission can result in a dismissal or loss of property. A dismissed bankruptcy has the same impact on your credit as a completed bankruptcy but without the benefit of a discharge of debt. A dismissal may prevent a debtor from re-filing for chapter 7 or chapter 13 bankruptcy again for 6 months in some cases. We encourage you to hire a bankruptcy attorney you feel comfortable working rather than basing your decision on the amount the attorney charges to file your case. Our fees are very reasonable and we keep them low by focusing our entire practice around bankruptcy law.
Our maxim is that our clients must never be unfavorably surprised in their bankruptcy case. We accomplish this goal by conducting a careful interview with our clients followed by an extensive online bankruptcy questionnaire and supporting documentation request. Our clients appreciate the time we spend corresponding with them over the phone and via email. We do not take on more cases than we can handle and our clients can always count on an experienced bankruptcy lawyer to respond promptly to their questions.
Contact us for a free in-house bankruptcy consultation. We are a debt relief agency and help people obtain financial relief by filing for personal bankruptcy under Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.
If you need debt relief and are considering filing for bankruptcy in Colorado your most significant asset may be your current income and/or future earnings. Filing for bankruptcy will prevent creditors from garnishing your wages as soon as your petition is filed, even if the creditor has reduced your debt to a judgment and is currently collecting against your wages.
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy vs. Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
When you come in for an initial bankruptcy consultation we will determine whether you qualify to have all your debts discharged through bankruptcy under Chapter 7 bankruptcy (see frequently asked questions and answers about chapter 7 bankruptcy here). If you qualify to file under Chapter 7 of the bankruptcy code, we focus on ensuring that you receive a full bankruptcy discharge of your eligible debts and that you keep all of your exempt assets. Colorado has very generous exemption laws and most clients are able to keep all of their assets after filing bankruptcy under Chapter 7. If we determine that your only option is to file under Chapter 13 of the bankruptcy code (see frequently asked questions and answers about chapter 13 bankruptcy here), we will prepare and get approval of a repayment plan from the bankruptcy court. For our Chapter 13 clients, we place our focus on creating a plan that is both realistic and manageable for the long term. You will always be treated with dignity and respect.
You may have come to this web site because you need debt relief and are uncertain whether you qualify to declare bankruptcy under the new bankruptcy law which went into effect on October 17, 2005. Our bankruptcy lawyers stay up to date on new developments in bankruptcy law and are members of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys. A Bankruptcy attorney will advise you of your options under the Bankruptcy Code at no cost during your initial consultation.
When it comes to hiring legal counsel, we advise that you hire an attorney you feel comfortable working with and who you trust to competently handle your case. It is not advisable that you base your decision solely on the amount the attorney charges to file your case