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    Programs that provide assistance for people who are unable to pay their creditors and need to declare bankruptcy. Included may be help in evaluating a personal or business bankruptcy as an option, assistance in completing and filing bankruptcy forms and/or representation in bankruptcy hearings.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Bankruptcy Pre-Discharge Education Workshop - GreenPathClients who have filed for bankruptcy are required by law to attend a workshop conducted by an agency approved by the US Department of Justice prior to discharge. Clients learn money management techniques and skills. Telephone class available. Larimer CountyGreenPathGreenPath
    Bankruptcy Pre-filing Counseling - GreenPathClients considering bankruptcy are required by law to attend a counseling session conducted by an agency approved by the US Department of Justice prior to filing. Clients have the opportunity to review their options and the consequences of bankruptcy with certified counselors. Required education courses also offered.Larimer CountyGreenPathGreenPath
    Do it Yourself Bankruptcy Clinic - Denver Bar AssociationThis clinic is designed for the Pro Se (do-it-yourself) litigant. It will assist attendees in understanding the bankruptcy process and forms. Topics will include how bankruptcy can eliminate debts, the difference between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13, the effect of bankruptcy on credit ratings, and which forms are required for filing, as well as issues of creditor harassment, what a collection agent cannot say to clients, and how to fight back if clients are harassed. The clinics will not provide explicit legal advice nor will they directly assist in completing forms.Denver CountyDenver Bar AssociationDenver Bar Association

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