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.
Meeting of Creditors – Managing the Meeting of Creditors
After the Final Office Meeting, your Chapter 7 case will be filed electronically. The Court’s computer will thereupon assign a trustee, a judge, and a date/time of your Creditor Meeting. We will thereafter mail you a hard copy of all documents filed plus a cover letter specifying what you will need to provide us to present to the trustee at the Creditor Meeting.
Mr. Clarke will meet you at the Bankruptcy Court building and be present with you while the trustee has you verify your identity, swear an oath, and answer questions. The trustee’s questions usually take only 5 to 10 minutes. Creditors are invited to attend and ask questions, but rarely do.
At the conclusion of the Creditor Meeting, Denver bankruptcy attorney Jon B. Clarke will advise if any further action by the trustee or creditors is anticipated, and when you can expect to receive your Discharge in the mail.