As Parker, Colorado, and the rest of the state slowly grinds through the “jobless recovery,” workers in some of the once-wealthiest areas are being forced to take refuge in bankruptcy. As highlighted in a recent KDVR Fox 31 story, many hardworking Douglas County residents are struggling through the difficult decisions of bankruptcy, even in an area whose residents enjoy a median annual income of about $100,000, one of the nation’s highest.
According to Federal Court statistics for Colorado, there were more than 7,000 new bankruptcy filings in our state during the first three months of 2011 alone. And, from anecdotal reports in different communities, it seems that bankruptcies are increasing among our region’s middle-class families.
Colorado bankruptcy attorneys have worked diligently to educate state residents regarding the availability of debt relief for people who deserve to have a second chance at the American Dream. In most cases, a savvy Parker bankruptcy attorney can help protect assets and work to neutralize or reduce debt so that people financially crippled by the recent recession can receive the relief they deserve.
If you or a family member suffers from debt that negatively affects your life, an experienced Parker bankruptcy lawyer can help you plan for a better financial future and remove your burden of stress, by helping you shed unjustified debt. To take the first step toward debt relief, call Parker bankruptcy attorney, Brian Daniel, today at (303) 951-0233 to schedule your free consultation.