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Louisville, CO Chapter 7 bankruptcy lawyers (6 results)

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    Louisville Chapter 7 bankruptcy Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 7.9  
    Licensed
    We offer a free consultation and payment plans, and provide personal attention to every client.
  • Louisville Chapter 7 bankruptcy Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 8.1  
    Licensed
    Affordable Bankruptcy Attorney/Lawyer. Longmont, Boulder & Fort Collins Offices.  30+ years Bankruptcy Attorney/Lawyer experience.   Thousands of cases filed for satisfied clients.   Free initial consultation.  A+ BBB rating.  Over 50 positive rev...
  • Louisville Chapter 7 bankruptcy Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 8.6  
    Licensed
    If you are struggling with credit cards, tax debt, medical bills, student loans, personal loans or business debt, Wink & Wink can help you evaluate your options and find a solution. At Wink & Wink, we don't believe there is a one size fits all app...
  • Louisville Chapter 7 bankruptcy Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 7.7  
    Licensed
    Caring customer service is our top priority. All clients get my personal cell phone number. Wink & Wink offers full-service debt relief, if bankruptcy isn't the best choice we will explore all options. 
  • Louisville Chapter 7 bankruptcy Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 6.9  
    Licensed
    Review: “It's been awhile since I used his service, but I am very pleased with the results. It's difficult to explain, but for the short story, my identity was "stolen" by a debt collector by adding my name name...