Category: Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
Attorney Charles E. Longtine posted a useful article on the Colorado Consumer Bankruptcy Association’s blog about commonly asked questions at the 341 Meeting of Creditors.
Divorce, Debt, and Bankruptcy – Why Your Divorce Isn’t As Effective At Protecting You From Debt As You Think
Contrary to popular belief, the financial bonds formed during a marriage can’t be broken just by filing for divorce. Three common misconceptions about divorce and
Do I make too much money to qualify for chapter 7 bankruptcy under the means test? In researching about filing for chapter 7 bankruptcy, you
Once the foreclosure process has begun, the likelihood of successfully negotiating with your mortgage lender for a voluntary foreclosure alternative, such as a loan modification
In Colorado, whether you keep your home after filing a chapter 7 bankruptcy depends on three factors – do you want to keep it, are