Colorado Court Bankruptcy Fees for 2014

April 15, 2014

Here is an outline of Colorado Court Bankruptcy Fees for 2014. For more info and an estimate for your case, contact Colorado Bankruptcy Lawyer Jon B. Clarke.

Here is an outline of Colorado Court Bankruptcy Fees for 2014. For more info and an estimate for your case, contact Colorado Bankruptcy Lawyer Jon B. Clarke.

While filing for bankruptcy is an effective way to get many of your debts forgiven and to secure a financial fresh start, there are some court fees that must be paid in order to file and process your case. These bankruptcy fees, which may also be referred to as administrative fees, are:

  • Set by the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, District of Colorado
  • Regularly updated
  • Paid from your bankruptcy estate (if you are filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy) or are paid upfront for other types of bankruptcy cases.

Overview of Administrative Bankruptcy Fees

As of April 2014, the Colorado bankruptcy fees assessed to file and process these cases in court are as follows:

 

Type of Bankruptcy Case

Administrative Fees

Chapter 7

$306.00

Chapter 9

$1,213.00

Chapter 11

(for non-railroad-related businesses)

$1,213.00

Chapter 13

$281.00

Fees for Converting Bankruptcy Cases

Chapter 9/11 -> Chapter 7

$15.00

Chapter 13 -> Chapter 7

$25.00

Chapter 7 -> Chapter 11

$922.00

Chapter 13 -> Chapter 11

$932.00

 

The Colorado Bankruptcy Court also assesses various fees for other services like:

  • Notarizing documents
  • Copying documents
  • Retrieving documents out of archives
  • De-consolidating joint bankruptcy cases (with fees varying, depending on the specific type of bankruptcy case that petitioners are trying to de-consolidate)
  • Dealing with returned checks (when insufficient funds may be an issue)
  • Reopening closed bankruptcy cases (unless the reason for reopening the case is related to an administrative error made by the Court or to the discharge of debt associated with the case)
  • Filing appeals to the Court’s decisions regarding bankruptcy petitions (which may come into play if the Court throws out a case based on incorrect or insufficient documentation of a borrower’s financial standing/bankruptcy estate).

Be sure to consult the Court’s website for the most up-to-date fees related to filing for bankruptcy. You can also contact Colorado Bankruptcy Lawyer Jon B. Clarke for a more specific estimate about what you can expect to pay when filing for bankruptcy.

Colorado Bankruptcy Lawyers at the Law Office of Jon B. Clarke, P.C.

If you are overwhelmed by seemingly insurmountable debt and are looking for a financial fresh start, contact the trusted Colorado debt relief and bankruptcy lawyers at the Law Office of Jon B. Clarke, P.C. For more than 35 years, Mr. Clarke and his diligent support staff have been successfully helping our clients resolve even the most complex bankruptcy cases for both individuals and businesses alike. Our experienced legal professionals are committed to providing each of our Clients with the personalized debt relief assistance they need, and we will work tirelessly to ensure that our Clients’ cases are resolved as favorably and efficiently as possible.

For a thorough assessment of your situation, along with expert advice regarding the best manner in which to move forward to unburden yourself from debt, call us at (866) 916-3950 or email us some details about your situation by clicking here.

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