Bankruptcy, Tax Resolution, & Estate Planning Attorney in Littleton
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No one wants to talk to a lawyer. We get it, and we don’t take it personally. That’s why we keep the initial consultation relaxed and pressure free. We’ll chat about your circumstances, discuss your options, and talk about fees (payable in installments in most cases). Then you’ll be invited to think things through and follow up later with any questions. No sales pitch, no pressure, just an opportunity to get accurate information so that you can make an informed decision.
To schedule a free consultation with an attorney with great reviews, call us at (720) 675-7614. We may be able to get you scheduled for the same day and if not, Clark may be available to answer a question right away over the phone.
The Littleton office is conveniently located just off of Broadway and has an accessible entrance on the east side of the building with no stairs and push-button exterior door openers.
Littleton Bankruptcy Attorney
How would it feel to have all of your debt issues resolved right now? We don’t have a magic wand, but there are very powerful tools we can put to work to give you the fresh start that you’re entitled to. We can stop creditor harassment, lawsuits, garnishments, and even foreclosures.
There’s no reason to spend another day worrying about your creditors. Call (720) 675-7614 to schedule a free consultation with Littleton bankruptcy lawyer Clark Dray and let us help you wipe out your debt and get on with your life.
There are a number of myths and misconceptions about bankruptcy, many of which are spread by people and entities who don’t want you to file bankruptcy, like your creditors. A few commons myths are:
- You can only file bankruptcy once. This is false. The Bankruptcy Code doesn’t limit how many times you can file bankruptcy. It only limits how often you can file. For example, you must wait 8 years between Chapter 7 cases, but you can file a Chapter 13 almost immediately after a 7.
- Spouses must file bankruptcy together. While I often recommend that spouses file one joint bankruptcy (because you can be held responsible for each other’s debt), the Code does not require spouses to file together.
- If there’s already a judgment, it’s too late to file. A bankruptcy can stop the enforcement of a debt collection judgment.
- Bankruptcy can’t help with tax debts. While recent tax debts are not wiped out in a bankruptcy, taxes which came due several years ago can be eligible for discharge. There are a lot of rules regarding taxes in bankruptcy which we will cover in more detail during your consultation.
- I’ll never be able to buy a car or a home after bankruptcy. You can buy a home in as soon as two years after a bankruptcy, and a car even sooner than that. See this blog post for more information about bankruptcy and your credit score.
Littleton Estate Planning Attorney
The most common mistake most people make regarding Estate Planning is simply putting it off. You’re on the right track though, so call Clark at (720) 675-7614 to schedule a free consultation. We’ll to discuss how to put a plan in place to provide for yourself in the event that you’re not able to make your own decisions, and for your loved ones after you’re gone. We can help you prepare any of the following, and more:
- Financial Powers of Attorney
- Medical Powers of Attorney
- Beneficiary Deeds
- Appointments of Guardian
- Business Succession Planning
Clark has been involved in estate planning since he was a law student, interning at The Ohio State University’s Planned Giving Department, and is a current member of the Colorado Bar Association’s Trust & Estate Section.
Littleton Tax Resolution Lawyer
You’ve heard the ads on the radio: “If you owe more than $10,000, we can settle your debts for pennies on the dollar!” Then they give you an 800 number that rings some call center who-knows-where and the sales pitch continues.
While it’s true that the IRS has useful tax debt resolution programs, getting your tax debt reduced dramatically isn’t anywhere near as simple as the out-of-state tax resolution firms would have you believe. For example, an Offer in Compromise takes between 6 months and a year to complete and requires that you pay a portion of your liability upon submission which is forfeited if your offer is rejected.
This is why it’s essential to have a knowledgeable, local Tax Resolution attorney on your side to see your case through from beginning to end. Littleton Tax Debt Lawyer Clark Dray will combine his understanding of the tools for resolving back taxes such as Currently Not Collectible status, Offers in Compromise, and Installment Agreements with his significant bankruptcy experience to put together a plan to resolve your liability in the most efficient and cost-effective way possible.
Call (720) 675-7614 Now to Schedule a Consultation With a Tax Resolution Lawyer in Littleton.