Denver bankruptcy lawyer Robin Kert Hunt has assisted Colorado individuals and small businesses with debt relief under chapter 7 and chapter 13 since 1986. As a federally designated "debt relief agency," I help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.

There is a popular myth that bankruptcy is a simple solution, and in some cases it may be. For many, however, the bankruptcy process can become complicated and overwhelming — especially after the so-called "bankruptcy reform" of the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 (BAPCPA). In many ways, bankruptcy law is a lot like probate law. Is someone permitted by Colorado law to write her own will or to file a bankruptcy petition for himself? Sure. Can that be screwed up big time? You betcha!


“Bankruptcy law seems like Chinese,”

a client once commented. My response?

“Then, I ‘translate’ bankruptcy law.”


I publish a legal blog, Colorado Bankruptcy Blawg, and another web site, The COBankruptcyLaw Library at COBankruptcyLaw.info — both providing resources related to Colorado bankruptcy law, especially for personal and small business cases under chapter 7 and chapter 13 of the Bankruptcy Code.  

As an attorney who advocates for consumer debtors, I have served on committees established by the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Colorado and by the Colorado Bar Association to revise the local bankruptcy court rules and the Colorado exemption laws used for most consumer bankruptcy cases filed in Colorado. Since 1986, I have focused on consumer and small business bankruptcy law — both as sole practitioner and as an associate attorney for a couple of bankruptcy law firms in Denver, Colorado.

Recently, I have been providing bankruptcy assistance to people hurt by the sub-prime mortgage and other financial crises. Using a chapter 13 plan lasting 3-5 years, for example, I have helped homeowners:

  1. Bulletstop foreclosures,

  2. Bulletresume monthly mortgage payments,

  3. Bulletget caught up on past due mortgage payments, and

  4. Bulletdeal with other debt — in many cases, for pennies on the dollar if the debt is unsecured.

I have also helped some pro se debtors fix problems, protect vulnerable assets, and save cases that they initially filed themselves or through bankruptcy petition preparers. When I can properly prepare and file a case right from the beginning, however, I usually have to spend less time, and in the long run that saves my clients money and reduces the chance for unpleasant surprises after the case is underway.

As a bankruptcy lawyer, I seek to balance high value, personal representation with efficient, cost-effective service. Don’t be taken by bait-and-switch, “from $499” bankruptcy marketing ploys that end up costing as much as or more than the personal attention I provide. Call me if you are interested in experienced bankruptcy assistance.

 


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Robin Kert Hunt
Attorney At Law

Robin Kert Hunt

Attorney At Law

825 E. Speer Blvd.

Ste. 100-A

Denver, CO 80218-3724

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