You are afraid to answer the phone and open the mail. You are humiliated when, yet again, the salesperson tells you that your credit card has been declined. It is time to put an end to the stress of embarrassment and harassment; contact a knowledgeable bankruptcy attorney.
A Fresh Start Through Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
Colorado Lawyers Serving Denver, Aurora and the Metro Area
In a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, many of your assets are liquidated in order to repay creditors. Your remaining debt (with a few exceptions) is discharged. A Chapter 7 liquidation bankruptcy can be an effective way of obtaining real relief from overwhelming debt.
At the Denver law firm of Greenwald & Hammond, our experienced attorneys have helped countless clients obtain freedom from debt through Chapter 7 bankruptcy. To discuss your options and find out if you qualify, please contact us today. Your initial consultation will be free.
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Chapter 7 Resource Links
American Bankruptcy Institute Consumer Corner
General information regarding debt and bankruptcy.
United States Code — Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
The federal bankruptcy laws from Cornell University.
Legal Information Institute
A general overview of the topic of bankruptcy, along with state and federal materials, from Cornell University.
Includes forms for local bankruptcy courts.
FindLaw Guide - U.S. Bankruptcy Courts
Links to U.S. Bankruptcy Court sites.
Official Bankruptcy Forms
From the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts.
Federal Citizen Information Center - Money
Features articles on money and credit.
Features consumer information about credit reports, establishing credit, risk scores and more.
Trans Union LLC
Features consumer FAQs on credit reports.
Features self-help publications on debt management and other resources. Formerly known as Debt Counselors of America.
National Foundation for Credit Counseling
Features credit facts, budget calculators and more.
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