Mar 23

Aurora Bankruptcy and Eviction: Can Bankruptcy Help with Eviction Lawsuits? Ask Barry

If you are facing an eviction lawsuit in Aurora, filing a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy may be able to help. Whether you are able to use bankruptcy to help you during an eviction proceeding depends on a few factors involving you and your landlord. Some of these are covered below.  Contact bankruptcy lawyer …

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Mar 22

Child Support Debt in Littleton Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

If you have child support debt in Littleton and you are considering filing a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you should consult Littleton bankruptcy lawyer Barry Arrington for more information. In a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, your child support debt will not be discharged, but a Chapter 13 bankruptcy will allow you to catch up on missed payments …

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Mar 20

Personal Injury Debt Discharge in an Aurora Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

In an Aurora Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, not all of your debts will be discharged. One type of nondischargeable debt which many debtors are not aware of includes debts incurred after an accident which caused someone’s injury or death. These are defined as debts for “willful and malicious injury”. In today’s blog, we …

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Mar 15

Military Veterans and Aurora Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

If you were in the military and are wondering if you can file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Aurora, you’ve come to the right place. In fact, many military personnel are able to exempt Veterans’ Benefits in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Colorado. Additionally, under some circumstances, if you are a disabled veteran, you may …

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Mar 09

Extra Cash Before Filing a Centennial Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy: What to Do with Extra Money on Hand? Ask Barry!

While there are Colorado bankruptcy exemptions which protect some cash amounts in your possession in Centennial, such as a certain amount of cash from wages, or unemployment / Social Security benefits, many cash amounts are not protected. For this reason, it’s important to discuss what to do with any extra cash you may have before …

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Mar 08

Farming, Ranching, Dairy Production Bankruptcy Exemptions in Centennial

If you live in Centennial or any other part of Colorado and you are engaged in agriculture as your principal occupation, you may be wondering what will be protected in the event you file a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Fortunately, there are bankruptcy exemptions available in Colorado for you if you are engaged …

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Mar 02

Life Insurance Policy Exemption in a Littleton Bankruptcy

If you live in Littleton and are considering a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you may be wondering if you can exempt your life insurance policy. Whether your life insurance policy is exempt or not depends on the cash surrender value.  A cash surrender value is the sum of money which an insurance company …

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Feb 28

Can I Exempt Disability Benefits in an Aurora Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

If you are receiving disability benefits in Aurora, you may be wondering if you can exempt them in a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Depending on the type of bankruptcy you file and what type of disability benefits you are receiving, your disability benefits will be treated differently.  Read more and we’ll discuss the …

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Feb 23

Automatic Stay and Tax Liens in Aurora Bankruptcy

When you file a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Aurora, an automatic stay will go into effect. When an automatic stay is in effect, it means creditors will not be able to contact you about your debt. However, if you have a tax lien on your property, the automatic stay may not protect …

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Feb 22

When Littleton Chapter 13 Bankruptcy May Be Better Than Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Depending on your circumstances, a Littleton Chapter 13 bankruptcy may be a better option than filing a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. There are also times when you may not qualify for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy and you have to file a Chapter 13 bankruptcy. If you would like to file a Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Colorado, …

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