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Guns and Bankruptcy In Colorado

Colorado does not have an exemption that protects firearms. If you have moved from another state within the past two years, it may be possible to use a “wild-card” exemption to protect your guns. Exemption for Tools of the Trade … Continue reading

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Student Loans In Bankruptcy

Discharging Student Loans in Bankruptcy It is very unlikely that you will be able to discharge any part of your student loans in a bankruptcy case, either under chapter 7 or chapter 13. The Bankruptcy Courts in Colorado (that is … Continue reading

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Tax Refunds and Bankruptcy

Many of my clients are concerned with the treatment of their tax refunds within a bankruptcy case. In a Chapter 7 “liquidation” case tax refunds are not exempt, which means that portion of the year’s tax refunds which remain unpaid … Continue reading

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