Denver bankruptcy attorney Robin Hunt has the bankruptcy assistance you need at a price you can afford.
For twenty-eight years, I have helped Colorado individuals and small businesses with debt relief under chapter 7 and chapter 13 of the Bankruptcy Code.
If you qualify, total attorney fees are $400 for pro bono or $700 for low fee basic chapter 7 bankruptcy assistance as alternatives to the typing-only service of non-lawyer bankruptcy petition preparers. See attached qualifications and income guidelines. If you have more significant income or assets, or other complicating circumstances, you can benefit from pre-bankruptcy advice and additional assistance available under a different fee arrangement to be determined on a case-by-case basis.
If you are eligible for pro bono or low fee bankruptcy assistance, my attorney’s fees are capped at $400 or $700, respectively, as alternatives to the typing-only service of a non-lawyer bankruptcy petition preparer. Those fees cover the most basic requirements of a simple, no-asset chapter 7 case:
➢ Pre-petition bankruptcy analysis and assistance;
➢ Preparation of a draft of the official bankruptcy forms for your review and revision;
➢ Filing of the chapter 7 petition and supporting documents with the court;
➢ Preparation for the meeting of creditors, including assistance with documents required to be provided to the bankruptcy trustee;
➢ Appearance with you at the first scheduled meeting of creditors (341 meeting); and
➢ Updates by e-mail of documents filed in your case with the court.
See qualifications and income guidelines attached. You won’t pay more if we can keep it that simple.*
If you have more significant income or assets, or other complicating circumstances, you may benefit from pre-bankruptcy advice and additional legal services available under a different fee arrangement determined on a case-by-case basis.
Thinking about bankruptcy, or know someone who should?
I can help.
Visit my web sites for more information. Or call me for an initial phone interview. If I don't answer immediately, leave a message so I can call you.
Robin Kert Hunt
Attorney At Law
Alamo Placita Building
825 E Speer Blvd #100A
Denver CO 80218
303 658 9146
The COBankruptcyLaw Practice at COBankruptcyLaw.us
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* A bankruptcy petition preparer (BPP) is limited by law to typing the official bankruptcy forms only -- no advice, guidance, or any other help. The U.S. Trustee Program, a government agency that supervises bankruptcy case administration, has this to say about what BPPs can and cannot do:
"Non-attorney bankruptcy petition preparers may type bankruptcy documents with information supplied by the debtor. They may not provide legal services, such as helping you choose whether to file under chapter 7 or chapter 13 or identifying your property that is exempt from the reach of creditors. Bankruptcy petition preparers may [not] advertise . . . under "legal services." If a bankruptcy petition preparer offers to provide legal services to you or fails to disclose that he or she is not an attorney and may not provide legal services, please report this to a U.S. Trustee Program field office."
In the Cordova case, a Colorado bankruptcy judge limits BPP fees to no more than $200 total without court approval. There is absolutely no reason to pay a non-lawyer bankruptcy document preparer any more.