May 25

Luxury Items and Cash Advances in Centennial Bankruptcy: Are They Dischargeable?

In a Centennial Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you can usually discharge much of your debt. However, there are some debts which you will still be responsible for after filing bankruptcy. Some of those debts include debts for luxury items, if you incurred them within 90 days before filing bankruptcy, or cash advances incurred …

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May 23

Littleton Bankruptcy Lawyer Answers: Can I Rent a Home or Apartment After Bankruptcy?

While a Littleton Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy do not prevent a person from renting a home or apartment, there are factors which a landlord may consider when it comes to deciding whether they will rent to you or not. In today’s blog, we’ll discuss what some of these factors are. Renting a Home …

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May 18

Transfer of Property Before Filing Bankruptcy in Littleton: A Bankruptcy Lawyer’s Advice

Before filing a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Littleton, Colorado, it is not uncommon to worry about losing property. Many people worry so much when filing bankruptcy, that they try to transfer it to a family member before they file. However, transferring property (specifically non-exempt property) before filing bankruptcy to try to protect …

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May 16

Financial Management Course and Debtor Education Course in Littleton Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Before filing a Littleton, Colorado Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you must take a personal financial management course (credit counseling course). If you are married and filing a joint bankruptcy, you and your spouse will also have to take the credit counseling course prior to filing bankruptcy.  After filing a Chapter 7 or Chapter …

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May 11

Can I Keep My Pet in a Denver Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

In a Chapter 7 bankruptcy (liquidation bankruptcy) in Denver, your personal property will become part of the bankruptcy estate, and a Chapter 7 bankruptcy trustee can sell the property to pay creditors. What many people may not realize is that their pets qualify as personal property in Colorado. Fortunately, in many cases, a person can …

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May 10

What is a Judgment Lien in Littleton and How to Avoid One: A Denver Bankruptcy Lawyer Explains

In Littleton and Denver, Colorado, a judgment lien is a type of nonconsensual lien which attaches to property without a person’s agreement. A judgment lien attaches to property after somebody wins a lawsuit against someone else. In Colorado, judgment liens frequently attach to real estate, personal property, or vehicles. Fortunately, in a Littleton Chapter 7 …

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May 04

How Do I Qualify for an Aurora Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

If you live in Aurora and are struggling to make ends meet financially, you may be considering a Chapter 13 bankruptcy. An individual must first qualify for a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, in order to file one. In today’s blog, we’ll discuss some ways a person can qualify for a Chapter 13 bankruptcy. For complete details …

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May 02

Do You Have a Simple Bankruptcy Case in Littleton?

Whether or not you have a simple Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy case in Littleton, involving an experienced bankruptcy lawyer is important. Many individuals think they have a simple bankruptcy case if they have common financial struggles, such as getting behind on car payments or owing back child support debt. However, even issues which …

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Apr 27

Can I File a Littleton Chapter 7 Bankruptcy if I Am Unemployed?

If you live in Littleton, you are unemployed and you think you may have to file bankruptcy, you’ve come to the right place. Filing a Chapter 7 bankruptcy may be the best option for your financial needs if you’ve lost your job. To qualify for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you must first pass a means …

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Apr 20

4 Ways You Qualify for Aurora Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

An Aurora Chapter 7 bankruptcy is called a liquidation bankruptcy, meaning you agree to give up nonexempt property to pay creditors in order to get relief from unpaid debt. To qualify for an Aurora Chapter 7 bankruptcy, there are several requirements you must follow. You would do well to consult an Aurora Chapter 7 bankruptcy …

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