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Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Westminster, Colorado
Considering Westminster Chapter 7 bankruptcy as a solution to your debt-related problems? Call the experts at Bradley Law Firm, P.C. for the help and experience you need in order to deal with your problems head-on. Our knowledgeable and compassionate staff knows the ins and outs of filing a bankruptcy petition, and are happy to evaluate your situation, and help you decide whether or not filing is the most advantageous course of action for you. Our advice is based on years of experience and aiding thousands of clients through the process, and is always judgment-free and designed to help you get the best possible outcome to your financial struggles.
Liquidation bankruptcies can be the trickiest to handle without a skilled attorney, because filing this sort of petition allows the court to take control of any and all assets you may have. In some cases, homes, cars, business inventory, and other valuables are seized and sold at auction, and the proceeds divided up amongst the person’s creditors. Fortunately, with the help of a solid attorney, you can easily be granted exemptions that allow you to retain ownership of your home and other valuable possessions, while still moving through the process fairly quickly.
When you’re ready to learn more about Westminster Chapter 7 bankruptcy, count on Bradley Law Firm, P.C. to answer any and all questions you may have. We offer flat-rate fees, no hidden costs, and are truly dedicated to helping our clients succeed, both in the courtroom, and when it comes to repairing their lives. Isn’t it time for you to take action? Call today for a free consultation with the area’s best, and take the step you need in order to embrace a brighter future!
Conveniently located for our clients who live or work in Westminster, Thornton, Northglenn, Broomfield, Brighton, Commerce City, Hudson, Erie, Lafayette, Louisville, Superior, Boulder, Fort Lupton, Frederick, Firestone and Dacono.
Bradley Law Firm Professional Corporation is a federally-designated “debt relief agency.” We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.
Before we are able to advise our clients regarding options available to them, we must first analyze their current financial situation. We offer a free initial consultation so you can obtain information to see if bankruptcy is right for you. During the initial consultation, you will meet face-to-face with an experienced bankruptcy attorney. We will discuss your household income, the value of your assets and your debts. If non-bankruptcy options are available, we will discuss them. If bankruptcy is an option, we will discuss the different types of bankruptcy. We will walk you through the process, and explain your rights and obligations. If you wish to hire our law firm to represent you, we will discuss fees and costs and provide you with our client worksheet and instructions for moving forward. We will provide professional, personal, confidential and experienced attention to your legal matter. To schedule a free initial consultation, call us at 303-301-7107.
In Colorado, all bankruptcy cases are filed at the United States Bankruptcy Court, District of Colorado. At Bradley Law Firm Professional Corporation, we assist individuals and businesses in filing Chapter 7 and Chapter 13.
Often called asset liquidation bankruptcy, Chapter 7 is designed for those who do not have the ability to pay their existing debts. Individuals, whose debts are primarily consumer debts, are subject to a “means test,” to determine whether they may file a Chapter 7. Under Chapter 7, you may claim certain of your property as exempt under governing law. A trustee may have the right to take possession of and sell your non-exempt property and use the proceeds of such liquidation to pay your creditors. Receiving accurate legal advice and representation will help you to fully claim all available exemptions and to receive the full benefit of a Chapter 7.
A debt-adjustment bankruptcy, Chapter 13 is designed for individuals with regular income who would like to pay part or all of their debts in installments over a period of time. In a Chapter 13, debtors make monthly payments to the trustee, for a period of three to five years, depending on their income level. An experienced bankruptcy attorney can help you develop an accurate payment plan, and assure that you receive the full benefit of a Chapter 13.
During your free initial consultation, we will discuss important differences between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13, and how each would apply to your current financial situation.