Littleton, Colorado Bankruptcy Attorney
Jeanne Yendrek Jagow Attorney at Law, P.C.26 West Dry Creek Circle
Littleton, Colorado 80120
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Law Firm Overview FREE CONSULTATIONJeanne Yendrek Jagow Attorney at Law, P.C., located in Littleton, Colorado, provides legal representation in bankruptcy, probate and estate planning matters.
Founding attorney Jeanne Yendrek Jagow has been practicing law since 1985, and in that time she has earned a reputation as one of the most straightforward, accessible attorneys in the area. She leads our firm with a focus on collaboration — building teams within the office, within the community, and between herself and her clients.
It is our belief that by working together and taking the time to get to know your individual legal issues, we can more effectively develop a legal strategy that addresses all of your concerns and helps you get the results you need. Our main goal is to send you out of our office with a brighter outlook on the future as the stress of your legal issue has been lifted. Even when our office is busy, we make time for each individual we represent and give his or her case the attention it deserves.
Year this Office was Established: 1985
Areas of Law
Additional Areas of Law: Wage Garnishments; Levies; Chapter 7 Bankruptcy; Chapter 13 Bankruptcy; Chapter 11 Bankruptcy; Liquidation; Property Liens; Living Wills; Medical Powers of Attorney; Legal Powers of Attorney; Living Trusts; Revocable and Irrevocable Trusts; Advance Directives; Beneficiary Designations; Assets or Funds to Beneficiaries; The Sale of Property.
Areas of Law Description
Filing for bankruptcy is oftentimes the most reasonable way to handle the debts you cannot seem to overcome. By simply picking up the phone and contacting a Littleton consumer bankruptcy lawyer at the office of Jeanne Yendrek Jagow, Attorney at Law, P.C., you can get the information and representation you need to put your financial woes — like wage garnishments, creditor harassment and foreclosure — behind you.
*Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
The type of bankruptcy you qualify for depends on your income level, your assets and the types of debts you are struggling with. Most people who qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy have gotten to that point because of low income levels, minimal value in assets and an inability to make payments to credit cards, medical bills, and other kinds of unsecured debts.
*Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
Even individuals who have gainful employment and substantial income have found themselves in trouble with debts due to fluctuations in the housing market, changes in interest rates, insurmountable tax debts and more. If you do not qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy or have assets that you need to protect from liquidation, then Chapter 13 can provide you with the opportunity to restructure your debts into payment plans that work for you.
*Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
If you are a business owner and your business is at risk because of excessive debts, Chapter 11 bankruptcy is not your only option for debt relief. Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy can provide a chance for small-business owners and self-employed people to handle their debts as well. To better understand your options in this area, it is important to discuss your individual situation with an attorney who will pay attention to your needs.
*Wage Garnishments and Levies
Wage garnishments occur when a creditor obtains a court order that requires your employer withhold your wages to pay for outstanding debts. Property liens and levies act in a similar way, except they give creditors the ability to retain or sell your property to pay off your debts.
If your home is close to being foreclosed upon because of your inability to make your mortgage payments, you do not have to sit by and let it happen. Not all forms of bankruptcy require the liquidation of assets like your home, car and personal property.
Dealing with probate law only comes about when something significant and emotional has happened to you — the loss of a loved one. During this difficult time, the legal aspect of an estate is the last thing on your mind, but addressing it is inevitable. With help from an experienced Littleton probate lawyer at Jeanne Yendrek Jagow, Attorney at Law, P.C., you can take as little or as much time as you need to go through the probate process. We are here to answer your questions and make sure that things are done right when you are ready to move forward.
- Estate Planning
If something were to happen to you, what would your family do? How would your finances, your assets and your final requests be handled? These questions are not necessarily pleasant to think about, but they are important to answer. You can easily put unsettled issues like these to rest by contacting a Littleton estate planning lawyer. At the office of Jeanne Yendrek Jagow, Attorney at Law, P.C., we do whatever we can to simplify the process while remaining detailed, thorough and effective in planning out your wills, living wills, medical and legal powers of attorney, trusts, health care directives, and other estate planning issues.
Mr. Jeanne Yendrek Jagow
Bankruptcy, Estate Planning, Foreclosure, Probate, Will
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