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Devon is a good lawyer. I would recommend him to anyone.Sep 16, 2019Review from Google
Devon made my case a breeze to handle. He is extremely knowledgeable and explained everything very clearly. Anytime I had a question or concern Devon was very quick to reply and help. He took my stress level from 100 to 0 in a matter of a few meetings. Handled the case very professionally and quick. 5 star lawyer. Thank you!Sep 12, 2019Review from Google
I met Devon back when he was still in law school. He has a commanding presence but makes you feel at ease at the same time. He helped me every step of the way through my bankruptcy and even helped with some financial classes and advice. He is always willing to give information and answer any questions you have in a personal way. Truly one of the best lawyers I have ever found, I would and have recommended him on numerous occasions and will continue to do so in the future.Sep 20, 2019Review from Google
Personal Bankruptcy Attorney
Devon has been professional and has the expertise to guide us through this very trying time. Devon shows great empathy as he looks at the individual situation and advises accordingly. Bankruptcy is never an easy option, but his value and knowledge are exactly what we needed at a difficult time in life.Oct 7, 2019Verified
Devon is the best hands down. Friendly and professional. Would recommend to friends and familySep 20, 2019Review from Google
License Type: Attorney (CO)
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?We're proud to stand behind our flat-fee rates for legal representation, and we charge $500 for an individual bankruptcy case. We do that because bankruptcy should be accessible for those who need it. We don't tack on hidden charges or change the price after talking to a client. *unless the case is really crazy. For crazy cases we charge double. It's still less than our competition, and we will warn you first.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Every client speaks to the attorney, and the first step is a phone consultation. From there, we set up an in-person consultation to go over the case in more detail. If the case is simple, we may be able to prepare the case and sign all the documents at this meeting. After meeting, the case is filed, and we go to a short hearing (the 341, or Meeting of Creditors) with our client roughly a month later. Sixty days after that, the case concludes and is discharged. Our attorney and staff deal with creditor phone calls, garnishments, planning, credit repair, and any other other issues from start to finish - and, in the rare case where we are needed for something after the case is finished, we resolve those issues free of charge.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Devon Barclay is a licensed attorney in good standing in Colorado, with a Master's degree in Humanities, and degrees in English, Political Science, and Philosophy. But you don't hire a degree: you hire a person. Devon has worked on over 6,000 bankruptcy cases and has been a bankruptcy client himself. He's started businesses that failed, been divorced, and been in foreclosure - it's that background of experience that makes this firm unique. We understand the problems our clients struggle with and this firm knows how to help.