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    There are several types of bankruptcies. Three chapters are as follows:

    • Chapter 7: A portion of the debtor's assets are liquidated and distributed among creditors by a court-appointed trustee.
    • Chapter 11: Reorganization plan for businesses. Business may continue operating under a repayment plan outlined by the court.
    • Chapter 13: Debt-protection action for individuals who need to repay their debts from current assets and income.


    To determine whether a person or company has filed bankruptcy, contact the automated dialing system at 303-844-0267 and follow the prompts.


    To speak to a representative of the bankruptcy court, write or call:

    U.S. Bankruptcy Court View exit disclaimer policy page for links to third-party websites.
    U.S. Custom House
    721 19th St.
    Denver, CO 80202-2508

    Last Updated: 7-23-2013
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