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Denver lawyer Robin Kert Hunt provides bankruptcy assistance under chapter 7 and chapter 13 of the Bankruptcy Code to Colorado individuals and small businesses. 


Robin Hunt seeks to balance high value, individualized bankruptcy assistance with efficient, cost-effective legal services. Call if you are interested in an experienced bankruptcy counselor and attorney at law.


As a federally designated "debt relief agency," this law firm helps people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.



Practice areas


  1. Chapter 7: 77%
    30 years
  2. Chapter 13: 22%
    30 years
  3. Bankruptcy: 1%
    30 years



Fixed (sometimes)

Payment types:

Cash, Check

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  • Matt J. McCune

    I endorse this lawyer. Robin has a mastery of many of the finer points of bankruptcy law that other lawyers just don't get.


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  • William Edward Zurinskas

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We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Award nameGrantorDate granted
Pro Bono Legal Assistance Honoree, DBA Barristers BallDenver Bar Association, Metro Volunteer Lawyers/Thursday Night Bar1990
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
AttorneyRobin Kert Hunt, Attorney At Law2009 - Present
Associate AttorneyRobert I. Cohen, P.C.1995 - 2008
Adjunct Law ClerkDenver District Court1990 - 1990
AttorneyRobin Kert Hunt, Attorney At Law1988 - 1995
Associate AttorneyLaw Office of William D. Nelsch1986 - 1987
Association namePosition nameDuration
Colorado Bar AssociationBankruptcy Subsection Exemption Bill Drafting Committee2013 - Present
Colorado Consumer Bankruptcy AssociationAttorney Member2012 - Present
Colorado Bar AssociationAttorney Member2010 - 2012
Colorado Bar AssociationBankruptcy Subsection Exemption Bill Drafting Committee2006 - 2007
Colorado Bar AssociationBankruptcy Subsection Exemption Bill Drafting Committee1999 - 2000
Mayor's Bicycle Advisory Committee, City & County of Denver, ColoradoChair1995 - 2005
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
Chilcoat v. Minor (In re Minor), 115 B.R. 690 (D. Colo. 1990).Reversed bankruptcy court and held that state court was not the correct forum for deciding what would be discharged in bankruptcy. Remanded to the bankruptcy court to make an independent determination about whether the debt to plaintiff was dischargeable.
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School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Saint Louis University School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor1985
Clemson UniversityEnglishMA - Masters1983
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Two "How-To" Seminars for Attorneys and StaffEZ-Filing Bankruptcy Preparation Software2009
National Business InstituteConsumer Bankruptcy: The Basics of Chapter 7 and 132008
Colorado Bankruptcy UpdateMeans Test Issues and Using the IRS Withholding Calculator for the Means Test and Schedule I2008