Free Bankruptcy Consultation :

Considering Bankruptcy? Let Us Help

There’s no need to suffer under an overwhelming debt burden. Let a skilled bankruptcy attorney help you understand how you can take control of your debt and get a fresh start on your future. Find out if personal bankruptcy is right for you.

COVID-19 UPDATE: Clients can now complete the entire bankruptcy process remotely, with no in-person attorney visits or court hearings required. Let us help you become debt-free from the comfort of your home. We serve clients across Colorado.


We Can Help You Anywhere In Colorado

Financial struggles can cause endless headaches and chronic stress. At some point, you may be asking the question: Is it worth considering bankruptcy? If you’re at the end of your rope with debt that keeps spiraling out of control, the answer is probably yes.

At The Law Offices of W. Robert Montgomery, we can help you explore your options for getting out of debt. Bankruptcy is a wonderful tool with many potential benefits such as:

  • Erasing (“discharging”) unsecured debts such as credit card debt, medical bills and payday loans
  • Stopping debt collection efforts (including those endless calls and letters from creditors)
  • Saving your home from foreclosure and your car from repossession

With Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you can get rid of debt while keeping most or all of your possessions. Chapter 13 bankruptcy – the other primary type of consumer bankruptcy – gives you a single, affordable monthly payment on a repayment plan lasting three to five years. After that, you can be free of unsecured debt, giving you a clean financial slate.

Why Choose Us?

At our bankruptcy law firm in Lakewood, Colorado, you will find dedicated legal allies with 50-plus years of legal experience. Beyond that, we’re committed to your success. You can also rely on our bankruptcy lawyer for in-depth guidance on every step and every decision along the way.

Discuss your bankruptcy options during a free consultation: 888-559-9805.

Don’t wait any longer to start dealing with debt once and for all.