United States bankruptcy courts are independent entities, in that every district in every state has it’s own bankruptcy court to deal only with bankruptcy cases. The judges have ultimate authority. The fact of the matter however, is that the person filing for bankruptcy very seldom appears in court, unless there is an objection about one of the stipulations. The bankruptcy attorney in Aurora, CO represents at all the necessary courtroom proceedings.
Most of the transactions having to do with the bankruptcy process are dealt with privately, and occur between the trustee and creditors, with the bankruptcy lawyer and his client present to answer questions concerning the state of the debtor’s finances.
One of the functions of the bankruptcy court is to issue an order for “bankruptcy discharge,” freeing the debtor from certain obligations, and prohibiting collectors from trying to make contact with the debtor.
If you’ve decided that bankruptcy is the answer for you, call a bankruptcy attorney in Aurora, CO: 303-841-9525.