At Justice for Colorado, we are committed to our clients at every step of their legal journey. Often this includes helping them pursue debt relief options like bankruptcy.
A Lawyer Providing Guidance Through Chapter 7 And Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
In today’s economy, making ends meet is difficult for many people. It can become impossible when debt gets out of hand. We understand that bad things happen to good people. And we know that sometimes those bad things bring with them substantial debt that can be difficult, or even impossible, to repay.
Fortunately, relief is available. It may be possible to discharge your debts and move on with your life through bankruptcy.
Chapter 7 bankruptcy allows you to discharge, or eliminate, certain kinds of debts. Chapter 13 allows you to repay your debts under a sustainable plan over the course of several years. Typically, people earning little to no income qualify for Chapter 7 and those with consistent income are covered by Chapter 13.
As we have seen in our decades of experience as attorneys, a criminal charge or serious injury can have serious implications. If you have lost your job or faced increased expenses after a conviction or injury, we can help.
We also work with people who need financial assistance after events like:
- Unexpected medical expenses
- The loss of a job
- The death of a loved one
Contact Our Vail Bankruptcy Lawyers
Our experienced attorneys are proud to offer compassionate, comprehensive bankruptcy services for consumers who want a fresh financial start. To learn more about your rights and options under the Bankruptcy Code, please contact us at (877) 860-4878 to arrange a free initial consultation.