Denver bankruptcy attorney Robin Hunt has the bankruptcy assistance you need at a price you can afford. For more than twenty-eight years, I have helped Colorado individuals and small businesses with debt relief under chapter 7 and chapter 13 of the Bankruptcy Code. Primary Qualifications for low fee bankruptcy assistance include:
1. Individual who resides in the Denver 341-meeting-of-creditors region* (includes jointly filing spouses).
2. “No asset” chapter 7 bankruptcy case in which the value of non-exempt assets is less than a bankruptcy trustee wants to liquidate and use to pay debts. See COBankruptcyLaw.info/xem/ colorado-bankruptcy-exemp tions-at-a-glance.
3. Household income within 12 months before and after filing no more than 50% of the Colorado Median Household Income. (Other qualifications may apply.)
For eligible individuals, attorney’s fees are capped at $700 for the most basic services required in a chapter 7 case: pre-petition bankruptcy analysis and assistance, preparation of a draft of the forms for your review and revision, filing of petition and supporting documents, and preparation for and appearance with debtor at the first scheduled 341 meeting of creditors. You won’t pay more if we can keep it that simple.
Because federal court rules restrict lawyers from "unbundling" or limiting representation, attorney’s fees are higher if there are complicating circumstances or additional services are necessary, such as the following: pre-bankruptcy planning, another bankruptcy pending within last year, current or former business, judicial liens on residence, unfiled tax returns, post-petition amendments, assets available to pay creditors, or dischargeability issues. Call for more information.
Attorney's fees do not include (a) an administrative fee of $30-40 for individuals or $50-60 for spouses, which covers the cost of a digital credit report and nominal expenses in most cases; (b) costs, if any, in excess of the administrative fee; (c) mandatory credit counseling and debtor education from an approved agency, available for $10-$50 each; or (d) court filing fees totaling $335. The court filing fees may be paid in up to four monthly installments post petition.
Thinking about bankruptcy, or know someone who should?
I can help.
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Robin Kert Hunt
Attorney At Law
Alamo Placita Building
825 E Speer Blvd #100A
Denver CO 80218
303 658 9146
The COBankruptcyLaw Practice at http://COBankruptcyLaw.us
The COBankruptcyLaw Library at http://COBankruptcyLaw.in fo
As a federally designated "debt relief agency," this law firm helps people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.
* The Denver 341-meeting-of-creditors region includes the following counties: Denver, Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Cheyenne, Clear Creek, Douglas, Elbert, Gilpin, Grand, Jackson, Jefferson, Kit Carson, Lake, Lincoln, Park, Routt, Summit, Washington, and Yuma.