Boulder, CO Bankruptcy Chapter 7 Attorneys

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  • Ira E. Greschler
  • Of Counsel at Stevens, Littman, Biddison, Tharp & Weinberg, L.L.C.
  • Boulder, CO U.S.A.
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  • H. Christopher Clark
  • Member at H. Christopher Clark
  • Boulder, CO U.S.A.
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  • Stephen Thomas Craig
  • Member at Stephen T. Craig
  • Boulder, CO U.S.A.
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  • Julie Lynn Kreutzer
  • Member at Law Office of Julie Kreutzer
  • Boulder, CO U.S.A.
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  • Paul Drew Stuber
  • Member at Paul Drew Stuber, Attorney At Law
  • Boulder, CO U.S.A.
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Bankruptcy Chapter 7

Chapter 7 bankruptcy, also known as "liquidation," is the most common form of personal bankruptcy used by individuals and married couples. Chapter 7 allows eligible debtors to surrender certain "non-exempt property" to the bankruptcy trustee assigned to oversee their case. Those assets are then sold, or liquidated, and the proceeds are used to pay creditors. Any remaining debt is discharged, or erased. Chapter 7 eligibility requirements vary from state to state, so people considering Chapter 7 are advised to hire a consumer bankruptcy attorney or law firm that has experience representing Chapter 7 filers.