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Tuesday, 31 January 2023 12:40 GMT

Holland Law Office To Work With Clients Of Now-Closed Devon Barclay Of Rocky Mountain Bankruptcy

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As of January 10th, 2023, one of Denver's leading bankruptcy attorneys, Devon Barclay of Rocky Mountain Bankruptcy, has closed his office for the foreseeable future.

What this means is that there are now several hundred people in the Denver area with active cases pending before the Bankruptcy Court, and suddenly, they are going to need an attorney.

Those clients need not worry. Located in Loveland, holland law office works with bankruptcy clients in the Denver area to ensure that bankruptcy filings meet all of the legal requirements and deadlines. Loveland bankruptcy attorney Steven Holland has been practicing law successfully for three decades, and he has served the greater Denver area at Holland Law Office since 2011.

Several years ago, Holland Law Office came to the rescue of a number of clients who had been represented by another bankruptcy attorney who had closed their doors. Holland Law Office is now offering the same assistance again. Attorney Steven Holland treats each and every client with dignity and respect, and he has considerable experience handling the most difficult bankruptcy cases.

Clients of Devon Barclay's Rocky Mountain Bankruptcy who have questions about a retainer remitted to their firm, who need assistance with a pending bankruptcy filing, or who are preparing to file a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy may contact the Holland Law Office in Loveland – at (970) 205-9690 – for the legal assistance they need.


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