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Best Bankruptcy Attorneys in Colorado

Michael J. Davis
The Bankruptcy Place
Denver, CO
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Matt McCune
McCune Legal
Denver, CO
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Jon B. Clarke
Jon B. Clarke
Castle Rock, CO
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Kevin Scott Neiman
Law Offices of Kevin S. Neiman, pc.
Denver, CO
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Chris German
Law Office of Christopher A. German, LLC
Denver, CO
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Joe Volin
Joe Volin, Attorney at Law
Louisville, CO
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William L Henry, IV
Robinson & Henry, P.C.
Denver, CO
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Jason Allen Kinnaird
Kinnaird & Kinnaird, P.C.
Colorado Springs, CO
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Darby N. Moses
Darby N. Moses
Arvada, CO
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Colorado Bankruptcy Legal Resources

Bankruptcy Bar Associations and Legal Organizations

National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys (NACBA) - The NACBA is a national professional organization comprised of attorneys who practice bankruptcy law representing consumer debtors. The organization provides resources and education to lawyers while also advocating for legislative changes to the Bankruptcy Code. The National Association for Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys offers many benefits to its members seeking to improve their practice by filing amicus briefs to assist them.

Specialty Certifications in Bankruptcy

Consumer Bankruptcy Law - The American Board of Certification (ABC) certifies lawyers as specialists in the area of consumer bankruptcy law. To earn certification, the attorney must apply and pass all requirements, including an examination. The attorney must demonstrate substantial involvement in representing individual debtors in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy proceedings. Board-certified consumer bankruptcy lawyers are considered trusted experts in the field.

Colorado Government and Court Resources

Colorado Attorney General

Colorado Attorney General - The Colorado Attorney General serves as the state's chief legal officer, responsible for providing legal counsel to state agencies and officials. Appointed by popular vote, the Attorney General represents Colorado in legal matters, both civil and criminal, and oversees the enforcement of state laws. Duties include prosecuting and defending legal actions on behalf of the state, issuing legal opinions, and advocating for public interest. The Attorney General's office in Colorado is instrumental in addressing a wide range of legal issues, from consumer protection and environmental concerns to criminal justice matters.

Colorado General Assembly

Colorado General Assembly - The Colorado General Assembly serves as the legislative branch of the state government and operates under a bicameral system, consisting of the House of Representatives and the Senate. The House comprises 65 members, each serving two-year terms, while the Senate has 35 members serving four-year terms. Together, they are responsible for proposing, debating, and passing legislation that affects the state. The General Assembly's duties include shaping state laws, formulating the state budget, and representing the interests and concerns of Colorado's citizens.

Colorado Judicial Branch

Colorado Judicial Branch - The Colorado Judicial Branch is entrusted with the vital role of administering justice within the state. Its duties encompass interpreting and applying the law, adjudicating civil and criminal cases, safeguarding individual rights, ensuring due process, and overseeing family law matters like divorce and child custody. The Colorado judiciary also plays a pivotal role in addressing various legal challenges, including those related to environmental issues and regulatory matters.

Colorado Supreme Court

Colorado Supreme Court - The Colorado Supreme Court serves as the highest judicial authority in the state, responsible for interpreting and applying the law. Its primary role involves reviewing cases on appeal from lower courts to ensure the correct application of Colorado laws and the state constitution. The court's duties encompass hearing a wide array of cases, including civil, criminal, and constitutional matters, and establishing legal precedents that guide lower courts and legal practitioners throughout Colorado. Additionally, the Colorado Supreme Court oversees the regulation of attorneys, setting ethical standards, managing attorney admissions, and disciplining lawyers to uphold ethical conduct within the legal profession statewide.

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