The Cross Law Firm understands that times are tough and sometimes it's necessary to declare bankruptcy in Colorado when all other options have been exhausted.
When your expenses are higher than your income, and when bill collectors call non-stop you might consider filing bankruptcy in Colorado. You can stop harassing collection calls, threatening letters, income garnishments, and even save your home from foreclosure. In some cases you may be able to discharge your second mortgage and keep your house.
But this requires you to consult with a licensed bankruptcy attorney in Colorado. With an attorney by your side you can better understand how a bankruptcy filing in Colorado works, about the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Colorado, bankruptcy laws in Colorado, how to protect yourself from creditors, and ultimately how to obtain debt relief.
Bankruptcy is not a bad thing. Each year many people file for bankruptcy to get relief from out-of-control debt and decreasing income. Filing bankruptcy is nothing more than a financial decision to start over.
Over more than 30 years, we've represented thousands of clients in Colorado bankruptcy courts.
For most people it's not easy to make a decision to file, that's why we built this website with you in mind. Browse around and get familiar with what bankruptcy is all about, then make an appointment to get started. Rest assured, The Cross Law Firm will handle your decision to file with great care, respect, and a high degree of professionalism.
Your experience with us will be worth the time and money. A do-it-yourself kit, or hiring a document preparer, can never compare to the FULL REPRESENTATION of a licensed bankruptcy attorney in Colorado. We will be there with you in court and until your filing is completely finalized. With us you get specialized bankruptcy representation until the very end.
The Cross Law Firm has proudly expanded services all over the State of Colorado to include Colorado Springs, Pueblo and many other cities.