Statewide clientele but with emphasis on the Front Range communities of Greenwood Village, Boulder, Aurora, Centennial, Lakewood, Englewood, Avada, Westminster, Broomfield, Thornton, Golden, Littleton, Castle Rock, Monument, Colorado Springs, Highlands Ranch, Aurora, Parker, Centennial and Pueblo as well as other cities throughout Arapahoe County, Boulder County, Douglas County, City & County of Denver, Elbert County and Jefferson County.
Colorado Bankruptcy Attorney
Experienced Bankruptcy Lawyer Focused on All Aspects of Your Debt Relief Journey
The Law Office of Jon B. Clarke, P.C., was established in 1992 to help individuals and businesses with their debt relief needs. Since then, we have helped hundreds of clients discharge or reorganize their debts and gain a fresh financial start on life.
Why are you in need of a bankruptcy attorney? Did you lose a job? Is your business failing? Did you become ill or need an operation that cost thousands of dollars in medical expenses? Many people are in debt by no fault of their own. Our founding Castle Rock bankruptcy attorney Jon B. Clarke has more than 35 years of legal experience that he will put to work for you. Mr. Clarke can guide you and represent your interests in all aspects of the bankruptcy process, even in the most complex cases.
See our practice area pages for information pertaining to your bankruptcy filing:
- What is the truth behind some of the bankruptcy myths?
- How can I protect my assets?
- What is the new bankruptcy law?
- What is the difference between hiring a bankruptcy lawyer and going through a debt relief agency?
- Is the Colorado means test really a test?
- Are there any alternatives to bankruptcy?
Contact a Debt Relief Lawyer in Castle Rock — Serving Clients Throughout the Denver Area
To discuss your needs with an experienced Colorado bankruptcy lawyer, please complete our Business or Consumer Debtor Analysis form. Located in Castle Rock, Mr. Clarke serves clients throughout the Denver metro area and the state of Colorado.
For more information, visit our Bankruptcy Information Center and Web Resources. Mr. Clarke recommends that you do as much research into bankruptcy as possible before coming in for an initial office visit. If you can approach your bankruptcy self-educated to the greatest extent possible, the process will be more streamlined and less stressful.