Stop Medical Debt, Wage Garnishment, Foreclosure, & Creditor Harassment.
Many have found that their troubles only began after recovering from a major illness – when the medical bills came due. Still others simply found themselves awakened to debt one day, usually the product of ever increasing penalties and interest rates. In the last few years, Colorado has been hit especially hard by Adjustable Rate Mortgages (ARMs) and newer, less formal brands of lending like small cash loan establishments that were originally intended to provide short term help but all too frequently resulted in long term entanglement.
While financial strain and stress are caused by many reasons, their solution can be found in the United States Bankruptcy Code. Practically every civilization, since organized society, has had some form of bankruptcy relief. Whether or not bankruptcy is the best solution for your financial situation is very case dependant. I encourage you to review your financial concerns with one of our attorneys and educate yourself on what options are available.
Meet the Attorneys
C. Todd Morse
I graduated Baylor University with a degree in Political Philosophy. After college, I moved to San Diego and became an analyst in commercial real estate for a large brokerage firm. In time, I missed the advocacy that I had learned as a Baylor debater and attended Thomas Jefferson School of law, where I received my Jurist Doctorate…Continue reading→
Mr. Baetz is originally from Illinois, near Chicago. He attended St. John’s College in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and received a B.A in 2000. After living in Montana for a few years working as a cook and ski patrol in Big Sky, he elected to seek a law degree, and attended Vermont Law School in South Royalton, VT. During law school…Continue reading→
Matthew L. Cheney
Originally from Connecticut, Matt has spent most of his life in Colorado. He received his BA from the University of Colorado in Boulder in 1981 and went on to receive a JD from the University of Denver, College of Law in 1984. After law school, Matt practiced law as an associate in a small firm in Denver focusing on civil practice…Continue reading→