Consumer Debtor in Aurora, Littleton and Centennial Bankruptcy:
Debts accrued by consumers for the needs of particular persons are considered consumer debtors in Aurora, Denver, Littleton, Centennial, and Arvada. This is as opposed to debt incurred for business needs. Consumer debt includes car loans, mortgages, and amounts applied to credit cards for purchases of groceries, clothes, or other personal items. The person applying for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Centennial and Littleton, is referred to as the consumer debtor in all court proceedings and paperwork.
We hope we have answered your question: “What is the consumer debtor in bankruptcy?” Gaining knowledge will help lessen the intimidation of bankruptcy and get you started on your fresh start sooner. Contact experienced Centennial and Littleton bankruptcy lawyer Barry Arrington at 303-205-7870, or submit the “Get Bankruptcy Help Now” form and he will fight to give you the best, fresh start possible.