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Will the Judge advise me of my options during the bankruptcy case?


In a word: No. The Court will not act as your lawyer.

What is Bankruptcy? 

What Can Bankruptcy Do for Me? 

What Bankruptcy Can Not Do


What Different Types of Bankruptcy Should I Consider? 

What Will Happen to My Home and Car If I File Bankruptcy?

Can I Own Anything After Bankruptcy?

Will Bankruptcy Wipe Out All My Debts?

Will I Have to Go to Court?

Will Bankruptcy Affect My Credit?


What Else Should I Know?

What is the Bankruptcy Code?

Is the Bankruptcy Court a State or Federal Court? 

Who can file bankruptcy?

Do I need an attorney to file for bankruptcy?

What are the different "Chapters" in bankruptcy? 

What is a Joint Bankruptcy Petition? 

Does my spouse have to file if I file?

What is a Bankruptcy Trustee? 

What documents are needed to file bankruptcy? 

How much is the Court filing fee?

What about credit counseling and personal financial management instruction-what is the difference between the two? 

What is the “Means Test”? 

How can I change or correct information in the petition, statements, and schedules I have filed? 

What is a Meeting of Creditors? What happens there?

I don't live in the Denver Metropolitan area. Where will my Creditors Meeting be held?

How do I know if a debt is secured, unsecured, priority, or administrative? 

What are exemptions? 

What happens after I file my bankruptcy case? 

What is a discharge? 

What is the Difference between a Denial of Discharge and a debt being nondischargeable? 

I attended a Section 341 Meeting of Creditors before my case converted to another chapter. Do I have to attend another meeting? 

What if my case is dismissed? 

My case was dismissed because I failed to pay all of the installments of the filing fee. Can I file a new bankruptcy case? If so, can I pay the new filing fee in installments? 

What is a Reaffirmation Agreement? 

What is a Motion for Relief from Stay?

What can I do if a creditor keeps trying to collect money after I have filed a bankruptcy? 

What services can a "Bankruptcy Petition Preparer" provide? 

Will the Judge advise me of my options during the bankruptcy case? 

May I speak directly with a Bankruptcy Judge?

What is an Adversary Proceeding?

If my case gets dismissed, or I change my mind about filing, can I get my filing fee refunded? 

When am I under bankruptcy protection?

Who has access to my bankruptcy file? 

Will all my creditors be notified of my discharge? 

When is my case complete? 

How soon after I get my discharge can I file for bankruptcy again? 

Will the U.S. Bankruptcy Court provide and pay for an interpreter for me? 

What if a creditor tries to collect money after I get a discharge? 

How can I get another copy of my discharge? 

How many years will a bankruptcy show on my credit report? 

How do I get errors removed from my credit report?

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I welcome your questions and will be happy to provide you with a free initial consultation.  Just give me a call or send a fax or e-mail:

Robert J. Doig
Attorney at Law
SpringsBKLaw.com

2985 Broadmoor Valley Road, Suite 4
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
719 227-8787  Office
719 325-8355  Fax
Info@SpringsBKLaw.com


We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for relief under the Bankruptcy Code.