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I encourage you to hire a bankruptcy attorney you feel comfortable working with. Your attorney should charge a reasonable fee tailored to your particular situation. My firm represents a wide-array of clientele from high-income individuals with significant assets to low-wage no-asset single parents. This allows me to maintain a well-balanced law firm and helps me to stay abreast of the ever changing bankruptcy laws, procedures, and policies that affect each case differently. I strive to provide every client excellent customer service. I will be committed to your case regardless of the fee you pay. While I employ staff to assist in preparing your petition, schedules and letters, you will always correspond directly with me. I have many years of experience in both chapter 7 and chapter 13 cases.
My firm bases its rate on the complexity or lack thereof. Many chapter 7 cases are not all that complex for experienced counsel to represent.
More importantly, my clients always work directly with me. Your questions will always be promptly answered by me. I will thoroughly review your bankruptcy petition with you in person and represent you at the trustee meeting. I have the experience and dedication to guarantee your satisfaction with my legal bankruptcy representation.
Contact us today to schedule a no obligation free initial consultation.
The Colorado 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.
My maxim is that my clients must never be unfavorably surprised in their bankruptcy case. I accomplish this goal by conducting two careful interview with my clients. I do not rely on long questionnaires to collect information. The result is a more thorough-streamlined process. You save time and money as a result. I then review the entire petition with you at my office. My clients appreciate the time I spend meeting with them in person and my quick turn-around for responding to voice-mails and emails. I do not take on more cases than we can handle and our clients can always count on an experienced bankruptcy attorney 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 are considering filing for bankruptcy in Denver, 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.
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We only practice bankruptcy law. We are specialists and we guarantee your satisfaction with our bankruptcy representation in Denver Colorado. Foster Law Group is a Denver Bankruptcy Attorney specializing in Chapter 7, 11 and 13 Bankruptcy Cases in the Denver, Colorado metro area.