06|16|2019

Reformed Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Laws

In October 2005 the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 (BAPCPA) reformed Chapter 7 bankruptcy laws, imposing much more rigid restrictions and a more cumbersome and...

06|11|2019

Objections filed in your Chapter 13 case?

If you’re currently involved in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, it’s important to know that filing your plan with the court may not be the end of the process. In...

02|13|2019

How To Choose the Best Bankruptcy Attorney in Denver: Procedure

Each Colorado bankruptcy case is unique which means that time and consideration must be given to the facts of that particular client’s case.  So, what should that look like?...

02|03|2019

How To Choose the Best Bankruptcy Attorney in Denver: Legal Expertise

When you file for bankruptcy in Colorado, you are filing a federal case in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Colorado.  It’s something that you should...

02|03|2019

Divorce and Bankruptcy: Early Advice is Important

There are certain areas of law that just go hand-in-hand.  Two of those are family law and bankruptcy.  Without a doubt, divorce is one of the biggest reasons for...

12|03|2018

How To Choose the Best Bankruptcy Attorney in Denver: Price

No matter what you are purchasing in life, it makes sense to find the most cost efficient option that suits your needs.  That’s true whether you’re buying a home...

11|05|2018

How To Choose the Best Bankruptcy Attorney in Denver: The Basics

     If you are looking at your bankruptcy options, you likely want to have the best bankruptcy attorney that you can find that you can also afford.  The...

05|07|2018

Filing Bankruptcy in Colorado Springs, Wagner Law Office

Are you looking for a bankruptcy attorney in Colorado Springs? Wagner Law Office, P.C. is proud to announce the opening of our new office in Colorado Springs, Colorado. We...

05|07|2018

Can I Discharge My Income Taxes In Bankruptcy? – Wagner Law Office PC

One of the most common assumptions people make when they are looking into bankruptcy is that income tax obligations—both federal and state—cannot be discharged. This is not always the...

05|07|2018

Payroll Tax Increase and Filing for Bankruptcy in Colorado – Wagner Law Office PC

It’s 2013 and what’s new? Well, your paycheck just went down thanks to the payroll tax increase that began on January 1, 2013. Specifically, the Social Security Payroll Tax...