Cheyenne Bankruptcy Lawyer
I am an experienced bankruptcy lawyer serving clients across the Front Range, with locations in Denver, Colorado and Cheyenne, Wyoming, and I can help you file bankruptcy. Are you asking yourself “should I file bankruptcy?” I can help you decide using my experience in helping hundreds of clients who started where you are at. You’ll learn new ways to look at your budget and I’ll teach you about the different types of debt and how they are handled in bankruptcy. I’ll also give you some advice on what to do and what not to do if you are preparing to file bankruptcy. I can also help with a fresh perspective on your debt and provide you with hope once you’ve received a fresh start.
The Supreme Court decided debtors should have a fresh start, which is, in part, why we have effective Bankruptcy courts today: “It [bankruptcy] gives to the honest but unfortunate debtor…a new opportunity in life and a clear field for future effort, unhampered by the pressure and discouragement of preexisting debt.” — Local Loan Co. v. Hunt, 292 U.S. 234, 244 (1934).
If you need a fresh start, I can help.
If you already know you need to file a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, I can help.
If you are struggling with taxes or behind on your mortgage, I can help.
If you are behind in your child support, I can help.
Were you told you make too much money to file or that you would lose assets? I can help; and offer a second opinion.
Once the case is finished and you receive a discharge, I can help with any loose ends, but for most bankruptcy debtors, there aren’t any.
I am a proud member of the National Association of Bankruptcy Attorneys and am proud to be one of its few members from Wyoming as a Cheyenne bankruptcy lawyer. I’ve enjoyed giving seminars and working with other lawyers to build knowledge on how bankruptcy intersects with other areas of the law.
Contact Lund Law Office for a free initial bankruptcy consultation and continue to browse my site. This information is designed for you; and please be sure to read my Bankruptcy FAQ. I’m a phone call or email away. There isn’t a bad financial situation I’ve been afraid to tackle and I’ve handled many tricky bankruptcy issues.
Don’t be ashamed.
The consultation is free and I will give you good free advice about non-bankruptcy options, if I don’t think you need to file bankruptcy (which happens quite a bit.) I can help.