UpRight Law has helped many Colorado residents get out of debt.
If you live in Colorado and you need a fresh financial start, the attorneys at UpRight Law want to help. Our law firm is dedicated to helping good people in bad financial circumstances get the relief they need to begin rebuilding their finances and planning for a more secure future.
It’s easy to get the information you need. If you’re ready to find out whether Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy might provide the relief you need, just schedule a free online consultation with one of our bankruptcy lawyers.
Families in the United States are carrying more than $800 billion in credit card debt. It’s no wonder so many people are overwhelmed and feeling trapped. If you’re struggling to keep up minimum payments on your credit cards and your balances never seem to diminish, it’s time to learn more about your options. Many Colorado residents are able to discharge credit card debt in Chapter 7 bankruptcy, eliminating the legal obligation to pay and prohibiting further collection action.Read more →
Both the federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and the Colorado Fair Debt Collection Practices Act limit collection agency tactics in Colorado. Debt collectors are prohibited from deceptive and abusive behavior, including lying about the status of a debt, continuing collection actions after receiving a dispute without verifying the debt, sharing information with third parties, swearing at you, making unfounded threats and other common collection tactics.Read more →
Chapter 7 bankruptcy law was written to give people who are trapped in bad financial circumstances an opportunity to start fresh. In a Chapter 7 bankruptcy case, most unsecured debt can be discharged—in other words, the legal obligation to pay that debt can be eliminated, and creditors are prohibited from taking further collection action. If you’re struggling with unsecured debt such as credit card debt, medical bills or even some old tax debt, find out whether you may be able to file Chapter 7 bankruptcy online.Read more →
Chapter 13 bankruptcy provides relief for many Colorado residents who have regular income and assets but have fallen behind on payments and can’t catch up. In many cases, Chapter 13 can stop wage garnishment, automobile repossession, lawsuits and even foreclosure. If a predictable repayment plan without the constant pressure of collection calls and late fees would help you regain control, learn more about Chapter 13 bankruptcy today.Read more →
In most bankruptcy cases, the automatic stay stops all collection action as soon as the petition is filed. That includes foreclosure actions. The automatic stay can even prevent a scheduled foreclosure sale. Of course, the automatic stay is temporary: it provides the time necessary to consider and act on other options. In some cases, foreclosure can be prevented through a Chapter 13 repayment plan. If you’re in danger of losing your home, get the information you need today.Read more →
If medical bills are weighing you down, making it difficult for you to meet your other obligations and even limiting your access to medical care, help is available. Since most medical debt is unsecured, it can typically be eliminated in Chapter 7 bankruptcy. For those who don’t qualify for Chapter 7, a Chapter 13 repayment plan may allow for manageable payments over three to five years. In some cases, remaining balances may even be wiped out at the end of the repayment period. Don’t let medical debt get in the way of your recovery.Read more →
Colorado does not have a state statute limiting wage garnishment. Therefore, federal wage garnishment law sets the limit on withholding at the lesser of 25% of disposable income or the excess after you take home 30 times the federal minimum wage. Any judgment creditor can request a wage garnishment order in Colorado, and for certain types of debt your wages may be garnished without a court order. If wage garnishment is threatening your family’s financial stability, learn more about how bankruptcy can stop wage garnishment.Read more →
I am really appreciative of the services I received from your team. You worked very hard in getting to the bottom of my situation and were able to resolve my problems in a timely manner. If I ever have a friend or family member in need of these services, I would definitely recommend you to them. Thanks for everything!Timothy M. Kalamazoo, MI
You did an excellent job in resolving my issue with my pesky creditors. He got me a very nice settlement and he did it in a more than timely manner. Thank you all for the work you all did. It is greatly appreciated.Malina B. Portland, OR
The attorneys at UpRight Law help people in Denver, Colorado Springs, Grand Junction, Aurora, Louisville and across the state of Colorado to get out of debt and embark on the path to more stable financial futures. If you need help taking control of your finances in Colorado, schedule a free, online consultation with one of our Colorado bankruptcy attorneys today. Information is power.
Colorado Springs, CO
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Jennifer is a Colorado native. She earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and her law degree from the University of Denver, Strum College of Law. She is active in pro […]Read more →
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Grand Junction, CO
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Pueblo West, CO
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