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    • Colorado Bankruptcy Process: The Do’s and Don’t

      September 3, 2013

      Bankruptcy is one of the life changing decisions in an individual life’s. Socially, such a step is viewed with negative perspective, but for many families it is a salvation because they are not being capable to meet the ends any more. In Colorado seeking bankruptcy is not at all a social stigma because a record […]

    • What is the Ideal Fee of the Denver Bankruptcy Lawyer?

      August 28, 2013

      Seeking the professional help of Denver bankruptcy lawyer for handling your bankruptcy filing is no doubt a sensible decision. But at the same time you also have to ensure that your lawyer is charging your right price and there is no hidden cost. As the number of people filing for bankruptcy is increasing many unscrupulous […]

    • Tips to Repair Credit after Bankruptcy Filing

      August 26, 2013

      If you are fighting with debt and have a good and experienced lawyer then by now you must have known that filing bankruptcy is the best option at present. But you are also required to understand that filing for bankruptcy is merely a first step towards your desired financial recovery as you would have to […]

    • Advantages of Filing Bankruptcy with Denver Bankruptcy Attorney

      August 23, 2013

      Filing of bankruptcy is a life changing decision because one wants to start a new life without any debt followed by being responsible and careful for all their future debt. In Colorado because of the existence of different kinds of bankruptcy as well as the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 filing […]

    • Repairing Credit After Filing Bankruptcy

      Filing for bankruptcy is no doubt a great way to eliminate all your debt and start a new financial future. But one must remember that bankruptcy filing is the first step towards financial recovery and thus must be careful enough to manage their finances and credit better after being discharged from bankruptcy. Though bankruptcy can […]

    • How to Avoid Bankruptcy Fraud?

      August 19, 2013

      Filing for bankruptcy can help you to eliminate all your debts, but at the same time it is also important to remember that failure to include all your property might result in bankruptcy fraud which is a serious federal crime. Often times while such a step is committed unintentionally, simultaneously there are others also who […]

    • How to Identify Bankruptcy Mills?

      August 16, 2013

      Filing a bankruptcy means a life altering decision and thus one must be very careful when it comes to choosing a bankruptcy lawyer. A good and experienced bankruptcy lawyer ensures that your bankruptcy procedure become successful thereby providing you an opportunity to start a fresh life. However, there are borrowers who searches for inexpensive lawyers […]

    • Co-signers: Know your Options

      August 14, 2013

      If you have ever come across request to be a co-signer it is highly advisable that before you sign, you must know the roles and responsibilities of a co-signer in the event of securing a loan. Being a co-signer it will be your responsibility to make the missed payments or make the payments when the […]

    • Are there any Alternatives to Payday Loans?

      Payday loans are great way to meet any kind of emergency expenses like fixing car, paying doctor’s bill or other unanticipated expenses without any kind of collateral or credit score. This loan is available very quickly and the eligibility is also simple where the borrower must be an American citizen, must be above 18 years […]

    • Understanding Credit Cards Terms & Conditions

      August 12, 2013

      The small fine print on any contract is something that one must never miss because that’s where the terms and conditions of the contract are thoroughly discussed. As a matter of fact the legal terms and the language often appear to be like Greek for many because of the complexity of the arguments. This same […]

    • Do’s and Don’t’s in Colorado Bankruptcy Process

      August 10, 2013

      Bankruptcy even though viewed with a negative perspective, it sometimes becomes salvation for middle class who can no longer make the ends anymore. A record number of Colorado residents are seeking bankruptcy protection because of huge levels of debt like credit card, unsecured loans, rising cost of medical care combined by high unemployment level. According […]

    • General Information on Colorado Bankruptcy Lawyer Fee

      August 8, 2013

      The sudden economic turndown has forced many Colorado residents to seek bankruptcy protection and thus there is always a search for good, experienced and affordable Colorado bankruptcy lawyer. Unfortunately this has led many unscrupulous people to take advantage and charge you more in each and every aspect. However, such a frustrating situation can easily be […]

    • What to Expect from Colorado Bankruptcy Attorney?

      Bankruptcy is a very complex legal procedure that is handled in federal court. Consulting an expert and experienced Colorado bankruptcy attorney is important to protect your rights and your future financial well-being. Presently, there are many bankruptcies lawyers available claiming to provide best services in their field, but the reality is only few are capable […]

    • What are the Consequences of Bankruptcy in Colorado?

      August 6, 2013

      Bankruptcy might be seen from a negative perceptive, but in Colorado the picture is different as here little or no stigma is attached to this complex legal process. This is because after being discharged from bankruptcy a person can begin fresh with free from debt collector’s calls, free from living under the constant threat of […]

    • Difference between Business and Personal Bankruptcy

      In Colorado there are different types of bankruptcies that aim to provide help to consumer and business. While there are two chapters that are completely dedicated to consumer bankruptcy like Chapter 7, Chapter 13, the rest of the other chapters are distributed for dealing or addressing with other areas of bankruptcy. Chapter 9 deals with […]

    • Get Right Bankruptcy Help with Denver Bankruptcy Attorney

      August 2, 2013

      Filing bankruptcy in Denver can be complicated because there are different types of bankruptcies in Colorado. Moreover, the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 have made filing bankruptcy complicated. Successful bankruptcy filing is very important when a person wishes to start a fresh debt free life without debt collectors, maxed out credit […]

    • Know About Types of Bankruptcy Filed in Colorado

      August 1, 2013

      A record number of Colorado residents are seeking bankruptcy protection because of falling house market, high level of unemployment, credit card debt, sky rocketing cost of medical care. While filing for bankruptcy can be life-changing decision that is not at all planned but for many it becomes absolutely necessary. A successful filing of bankruptcy is […]

    • Financial Matters to Consider Before Getting Married (Part 1)

      July 9, 2013

      While marriage creates a wonderful bond between two people who are in love, it does join much more than these individuals’ families, and it’s important for couples who are considering marriage to consider all aspects of their lives that will soon be joined – including their finances. Because money and financial problems can be stressful […]

    • Guide to Understanding Credit Cards Terms & Conditions (Part 2)

      June 24, 2013

      As a continuation of Guide to Understanding Credit Cards Terms & Conditions (Part 1), here are some additional key questions that borrowers should ask creditors in order to help clarify the terms and conditions associated with a line of credit if reading the contract doesn’t provide clear answers. Taking the time to ask these questions of […]

    • Guide to Understanding Credit Cards Terms & Conditions (Part 1)

      June 20, 2013

      The small print on any contract is not only hard to read but can be difficult to understand, as the legal language associated with the terms and conditions of contracts is often obtuse. Unfortunately, this tends to also be the case when it comes to credit card contracts, making it likely that people will sign […]

    • Tips on How to Decrease Credit Card Debt (Part 2)

      June 17, 2013

      As a follow up to Tips on How to Decrease Credit Card Debt (Part 1), here are some additional tips regarding what borrowers can do to decrease their credit card debt and, as a result, improve both their credit rating and their overall financial standing. Being diligent about following these tips can be vital to […]

    • Tips on How to Decrease Credit Card Debt (Part 1)

      June 14, 2013

      Credit card debt can easily get out of control, particularly if your credit cards have high interest rates or you rely on them to make day-to-day purchases. Because credit card debt can be among the top reasons that people ultimately end up needing to file for bankruptcy, discharge their debt and achieve a financial fresh […]

    • How to Alter a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Plan (Part 2)

      June 10, 2013

      As a continuation of How to Alter a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Plan (Part 1), the following provides additional information regarding what is involved in changing a repayment plan that bankruptcy courts have already approved in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy case. While Part 1 of this blog focused on what borrowers have to do to petition […]

    • How to Alter a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Plan (Part 1)

      June 6, 2013

      Unlike Chapter 7 bankruptcy, Chapter 13 bankruptcy involves figuring out all of a borrower’s liabilities (or debts) and developing a repayment plan that will allow the borrower to pay back these debts over the course of three to five years. In general, Chapter 13 bankruptcy plans are best suited for individuals who are earning an […]

    • Borrowers’ Rights against Creditor Harassment (Part 2)

      May 27, 2013

      As a continuation of Borrowers’ Rights against Creditor Harassment (Part 1), here is some additional information regarding how the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) attempts to protect borrowers from the potentially abusive practices of creditors and debt collection agencies. While Part 1 focused on what creditors are required to do when interacting with borrowers, […]

    • Borrowers’ Rights against Creditor Harassment (Part 1)

      May 25, 2013

      When borrowers find themselves struggling to pay their monthly bills, it’s not uncommon that they may miss a payment or two and that they will start to be pestered by creditors who are demanding payment. In such cases, it’s important that borrowers are aware of their rights so that they know when creditors have acted […]

    • Avoiding the Payday Loan Trap: Alternatives to Payday Loans

      May 23, 2013

      Payday loans offer borrowers in need of quick cash a sum of money without having to put up collateral for that money and without having to pass a credit check. As a result, payday loans can be alluring options for individuals with less than stellar credit who may need extra money to fix their car, […]

    • Medical Bills Are Top Cause of Debt, Bankruptcy Filings in U.S.

      May 20, 2013

      While various types of situations, including divorce or loss of a job, can bury people in debt, a recently published study compiled by the American Medical Association has found that more than 60 percent of bankruptcy filings in the U.S. are triggered in some way by excessive medical bills and debt. According to the study’s […]

    • Options for Cosigners of Defaulted Loans (Part 2)

      May 16, 2013

      As a follow up to Your Options if You Cosigned a Loan That Has Been Defaulted On (Part 1), here are some additional tips for cosigners regarding what they can do if their loved one has defaulted on a loan. It’s important to point out that some of these options have a downside but that […]

    • Options for Cosigners of Defaulted Loans (Part 1)

      May 13, 2013

      While many financial advisors will strictly warn their clients to be careful about cosigning a loan for a loved one, parents cosigning loans for their children – and these days, more commonly children cosigning loans for their parents (or loved ones) – is commonplace; therefore, it’s crucial that cosigners are aware of what their role […]

    • How to Repair Your Credit after Filing for Bankruptcy (Part 2)

      April 30, 2013

      As a continuation of How to Repair Your Credit after Filing for Bankruptcy (Part 1), the following are some additional tips regarding what you can do to improve your credit score after you have filed for bankruptcy. Diligently following these tips can help you significantly improve your financial standing and get you down the road […]

    • How to Repair Your Credit after Filing for Bankruptcy (Part 1)

      Filing for bankruptcy is a great solution for many people who are overwhelmed by debt and who need a financial fresh start. However, simply filing for bankruptcy is typically the first step on the road to financial recover, as borrowers will have to continue to be diligent about their finances and their credit once their […]

    • An Introduction to Common Bankruptcy Terms (Part 2)

      April 26, 2013

      In continuation of An Introduction to Common Bankruptcy Terms (Part 1), here are some additional bankruptcy terms that you will likely need to know as you prepare to file for bankruptcy. Understanding what these terms mean can be essential to improving your awareness of how the bankruptcy process proceeds while also alleviating your stress levels […]

    • Tips for Avoiding Bankruptcy Fraud

      April 24, 2013

      Bankruptcy fraud, a serious federal crime, is often committed by people who are trying to defraud the federal government in order to reduce their debts while improve their economic standing. Unfortunately, in some cases, people who are unfamiliar with the complexities of the bankruptcy process may unintentionally commit bankruptcy fraud. Regardless of the intention to […]

    • An Introduction to Common Bankruptcy Terms (Part 1)

      April 22, 2013

      Going through bankruptcy for the first – or even the second – time can be a stressful and overwhelming process. While you will likely not be familiar with what you need to do or the process to come, even the terms used in bankruptcy can be confusing and disorienting. For those considering filing for bankruptcy, […]

    • Protect Yourself: Reasons to Avoid Bankruptcy Mills

      April 21, 2013

      Finding the right bankruptcy lawyer to trust can be an overwhelming decision, particularly considering all of the competition out there. Unfortunately, some of the most alluring prospects in terms of saving you money up front may be the worst choices, as the old adage, if it’s too good to be true, it probably is bogus, […]


      July 18, 2012

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