My professional law career began in October 1986 after I graduated with my Master of Law Letters (LL.M.) from New York University’s Graduate Law School. I have been practicing in Colorado and Wyoming since that date, either in my own solo practice or in a firm which I was an owner, shareholder, or member. My law office operates out of two locations in Fort Collins, CO and Cheyenne, WY.
As a debt relief attorney, I represent consumers and businesses going through tough financial times. My team and I are committed to providing each client with personalized representation and solutions catered to their specific situation. Unlike other firms, I go out of my way to get to know you and your case. While my staff assists me in representing you, I take a hands-on approach with each client and will directly respond to your questions or give my staff the appropriate instructions.
Focused, Professional Legal Representation in Colorado & Wyoming
For over 30 years, my team and I have provided individuals with dedicated representation. We take care to make sure your needs are handled with respect and security. It is my goal to provide affordable, effective services to every client, and help you achieve the results you deserve.
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is a type of liquidation bankruptcy and is the simplest and most common form of bankruptcy. It is for the discharge of debt.
Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
This chapter generally applies to corporations or partnerships looking to reorganize to keep a business alive and pay creditors over time. This chapter can also apply to individuals or people in business seeking debt relief. Under this chapter, debts are repaid within three to five years.
Chapter 12 Bankruptcy
While this has a very narrow application (it is available for family fisherman and family farmers to restructure their debt) it can help establish a payment plan to help repay debt over three to five years.
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
Chapter 13 is used to establish a plan to repay all or part of an individual’s debt over three to five years. Like in Chapter 7, the debtor proposes a repayment plan to make installments to creditors over the specified time period.