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Convert Chapter 7 To Chapter 13

Convert Chapter 7 To Chapter 13

Notice Of Conversion From Chapter 7 To Chapter 13 A significant number of debtors with regular income automatically convert their bankruptcy case from chapter 7 to chapter 13. This often happens when there are questions by creditors about whether the debtor is eligible for a chapter 7.  To be eligible for a chapter 7 bankruptcy a debtor has to pass the Means Test. Creditors do not like chapter 7 bankruptcies because most of the time … Read More

What Does Allocation Of Parental Rights Mean

What Does Allocation Of Parental Rights Mean

Allocation Of Parental Rights Colorado Allocation of Parental Rights addresses parenting time and responsibilities as far as child custody and visitation issues are concerned. APR helps determine parenting time and decision making in Colorado when parents are divorcing or were never married. However, an APR action may be useful in some rare cases where married parents do not want to divorce, but want clarity on parental rights and responsibilities concerning their child. Parenting Time An … Read More

Filing Taxes After Bankruptcy Discharge

1099 C Bankruptcy Many people that have had their debt discharged do not know that they are required to report and pay taxes on the amount forgiven to the IRS. What normally happens is that creditors or a financial institution send you a 1099-C form whether your debt was cancelled in a bankruptcy, or you never filed for bankruptcy. The 1099-C form is generated to report Cancellation of Debt Income to the IRS in situations … Read More

Can I Keep My Car After Bankruptcy

Can I Keep My Car After Bankruptcy

How To Declare Bankruptcy And Keep Your Car In Colorado you can file for a Chapter 7 or a Chapter 13 bankruptcy depending on your income and the amount you owe. One of the main concerns people that want to file for bankruptcy have is that they may lose their car. Fortunately, you are unlikely to lose your car if you did not secure the loan with your car. But if you are behind on … Read More

Colorado Statute Of Limitations On Debt

Colorado Statute Of Limitations On Debt

Statute Of Limitations On Debt Colorado A lender can pass debts or loans to a collection agency for pennies on the dollar to save the lender debt collection expenses. However, the records that they pass to the collection agency may be incomplete which is actually not illegal. The collection agency can then begin collection efforts for the loans or debts that they bought. But if the collection agency’s attempt to collect the debt fails the … Read More

Denver Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Lawyer

Denver Ch 11 Bankruptcy Lawyer

Denver Ch 11 Bankruptcy Attorney A Chapter 11 bankruptcy is similar to a Chapter 13 bankruptcy because it also involves a plan for reorganization. But fewer than 100 Chapter 11 cases are filed in all of Colorado each year compared to 10,000 Chapter 7 cases and  2,500 Chapter 13 cases. This shows that Chapter 11 cases are not that common in Colorado. To see if you need to file a Chapter 11 bankruptcy, you can … Read More

Denver Bankruptcy Attorney Cost and Fees

Denver Bankruptcy Lawyer Cost

Denver Bankruptcy Lawyer Colorado Bankruptcy Cost NOTICE: The following cost ranges are included for general informational purposes only. The costs incurred when an individual, individuals, or a business files bankruptcy or hires a Denver Bankruptcy Lawyer are likely to be different in each case, and those costs may not be significantly commensurate with the numbers quoted below, or anywhere else on this website. Determining, with any degree of reasonable certainty, the costs that you will … Read More

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