Denver Bankruptcy Lawyers – Free Consultation

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Your Free Consultation is intended to be a relaxed discussion about your financial situation – to find out what your options are. A consultation typically lasts from 45 minutes to an hour. Learn more or contact us now using the form below.

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Bankruptcy has simply become too involved of a process, with too many variables to rely on anything but a face-to-face consultation with documents provided by the client.

Why Is a Free Consultation Important?

For many years, free consultations were standard fixture in bankruptcy law. In recent years, many firms have began to charge for consultations, or to provide far less time than is required for a competent consultation, and then bill the client at their hourly rate after the time allotted has expired.

It is very simple. Without a consultation, by a competent bankruptcy attorney, then neither the client nor the firm has any idea if a bankruptcy is the best solution for a particular case. Therefore, it is essential that attorneys provide a free consultation if they wish to competently represent their clients.

How Does It Work?

Some firms have begun to offer “phone consultations” or even “on-line consultations.” I have had the opportunity to work in firms where both of these were the norm, and have found them to be utterly uninformative and paramount to malpractice. For the most part, advertisements offering these services are meant to “hook” a client into a firm, or to generate “leads” of clients, some of whom may well be sold to other firms looking for clients, leading to more solicitation phone calls.

Bankruptcy has simply become too involved of a process, with too many variables to rely on anything but a face-to-face consultation with documents provided by the client. At Morse Law, LLC, a consultation typically lasts from 45 minutes to an hour. Some cases are more involved and will require more time. If you believe that your case may involve more time, then let us know this and why you believe it is so. We will make every effort to find an appointment for you that will both allow enough time to cover all aspect of your case and that will fit into your schedule.

What Will We Accomplish?

Our goal from Consultation through representation is to make the process as simple for the client as possible. After all, you didn’t hire a legal professional to do the legal work yourself? Your Free Consultation is intended to be a relaxed discussion about your financial situation – to find out what your options are. To aid this discussion, the attorney may ask that you bring some documentation with you. Usually this only amounts to a few paystub, a list or idea of your creditors and some tax returns. Don’t worry if you cannot provide all of these documents at your initial consultation – we understand that you don’t have everything that we need at your fingertips at all times. Our consulting attorneys will work with the documents that you do have. In most instances, you will know enough information off of the top of your head to let the attorney ask the questions that they need to in order to direct you correctly towards the best possible resolution to your situation.

Contact Information

Denver Office:
Morse Law, LLC

  • 910 16th Street Mall Ste 1100
    Denver, CO 80202
  • 303-300-6684
  • 720-941-2755

Colorado Springs Office:
Morse Law, LLC

  • 121 S Tejon St Ste 1107
    Colorado Springs, CO 80903
  • 719-302-3655
  • 720-941-2755

Ft. Collins (Area) Office:
Morse Law, LLC

  • 1635 Foxtrail Dr
    Loveland, CO 80538
  • 970-672-1263
  • 720-941-2755