Denver Bankruptcy Attorney Blog

Will My Chapter 7 Denver Bankruptcy Be Approved?

Bankruptcy can be a confusing process for clients, and sometimes people ask whether their chapter 7 bankruptcy will be “approved”, or whether their case may be “denied”. In general, an honest, well prepared case that meets the requirements of full disclosure and is accurately prepared will be approved and an order will enter from the […]

Many clients come to Mile High Bankruptcy in Denver, Colorado AFTER their paychecks are being garnished, having no idea where the garnishment came from. Often the garnishment is from a medical creditor, or an old repossession, or house foreclosure many years in the past. Often these clients don’t remember ever being sued or served court […]

Renting A Home In The Denver Metro Area After Filing Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Anyone who has tried to rent a house or apartment lately in Denver, Colorado knows that rents are up and the rental market is tight. According to the Denver Post, apartment rents are at a record high with average apartment rents of $992, up $40 from this time last year. While finding a place to […]

Mile High Bankruptcy Expanded Tax Season Hours

I am pleased to announce that Mile High Bankruptcy has expanded hours and service available during the 2013 tax filing season. Tax season is particularly busy for bankruptcy attorneys in Denver and nationwide because many individuals pay for their chapter 7 bankruptcies with their tax refunds. If a person files bankruptcy and has not received […]

Mile High Bankruptcy Staffing Update

Mile High Bankruptcy is pleased to announce the addition of Leah Martinez as our new paralegal on the Denver Banrkupcty team.  Leah brings to the team a solid background in tax and mortgage processing, and, most importantly, is a wonderful, conscientious person available to assist clients with any of their questions, and to process and […]

Overview of Bankruptcy Process in Colorado

Overview of Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Process in Colorado: What Are The Specific Steps Necessary to Actually File Chapter 7 And Get A Discharge of My Debts? Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is a straightforward legal process for cancelling debts and getting a fresh financial start. Almost all debts except child support, taxes, and school loans are cancelled […]

Facing Your Fears and Defeating Your Debts Through Bankruptcy

During a recession, people from all types of economic backgrounds are forced to consider bankruptcy as a realistic option. The thought of having to file for bankruptcy often invokes feelings such as failure, irresponsibility, guilt and regret. While at first people may focus on the doom and gloom of their financial outlook after a bankruptcy, […]

Many members of Generation Y – people born from the early 1980s up to the millennium – are facing financial challenges as they reach adulthood that their baby boomer parents never imagined. Having come of age at a time when credit was readily available and the economy expanded and diversified all on its own, they […]

Report Offers Denver A Glimmer of Hope, But Economic Struggles Persist

According to the latest Mountain Monitor report from Brookings Mountain West, the Denver area’s gross metropolitan product (meaning the value of all of its produced goods and services) has almost returned to pre-recession levels. In the second quarter of this year, the gross metropolitan product was just .1 percent lower than its highest levels before […]

What Bankruptcy Will Not do for You

Boulder Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Lawyers While bankruptcy is an effective means for discharging or restructuring your debt, secured debts and certain financial obligations are unaffected by bankruptcy. Understanding what debts you are still responsible for and what legal obligations you have after bankruptcy is important for avoiding future legal complications. Chapter 7 […]