After spending several years representing creditors in debt collection and bankruptcy proceedings, I realized that I just didn’t enjoy telling people what I did for a living. Instead of feeling like the Grim Reaper, I wanted to be on the other side of the negotiating table, helping people, not corporations.
Struggling with financial difficulties can be one of the hardest things anyone can face. I love being a bankruptcy attorney, and I have committed myself to counseling and guiding my clients during through the bankruptcy process. My experience as a creditors’ attorney means that, when the time comes, I can anticipate what actions your creditors will take and how to best respond to them. I also have extensive litigation experience. If a creditor decides to oppose your bankruptcy filing, I will use that experience to fight for the best result.
I’ve Been Exactly Where You Are Now
When I was 31 years old I filed Chapter 7 bankruptcy. I had supported myself through college using credit cards and student loans and gotten in over my head. I could no longer make ends meet. Financial future looked bleak.
Filing personal bankruptcy still stands as one of the most difficult decisions I have ever had to make. I was filled with shame and embarrassment. I felt like a failure and that I was cheating people who had given me credit. It was several years before told anyone I had filed. More than twenty years later, I believe it was the best decision I could have made. The experience transformed me and improved my life by helping me avoid the mistakes I had made that led me to bankruptcy in the first place.
Experienced Bankruptcy Lawyers
When you come to your free, confidential bankruptcy consultation, you will have my undivided attention. I know that you are not feeling good about filing bankruptcy. When you and I sit down together, we will thoroughly discuss all of your financial affairs and together decide whether or not bankruptcy is your best option. Sometimes it isn’t, and I’m not afraid to tell you that, even if it means that I won’t be getting your business. I know that you are looking for a personal bankruptcy lawyer who doesn’t keep looking at his watch and will give you an honest opinion. By the time you leave I’ll give you my opinion, based on over 15 years of experience, on what I think your best options are. If I don’t think bankruptcy is your best option, I’ll tell you. Even if it means I won’t get your business. My primary concern is making sure you get the best advice possible.
I have been representing clients since 1996 when I was an intern in the legal services program at the University of Wyoming College of Law serving low income clients. Before I became an attorney, I grew up in Casper, WY and served in the Navy for four years after high school. I am licensed in California and Colorado. When I’m not helping people create their new financial future, I enjoy spending time with my family exploring Colorado’s hiking and bike trails.
Tara Gaschler Salinas
Meet With A Bankruptcy Lawyer In Denver, Colorado
To find out if Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy will best suit your financial situation, schedule your free, confidential bankruptcy consultation with a Colorado bankruptcy attorney today. Our online scheduling system allows you to schedule bankruptcy consultation at a time that is convenient for you or you can call 303.331.3403 to talk with someone about an appointment.