Denver Bankruptcy, Tax Resolution, & Estate Planning Lawyer

Reliable Legal Services Specializing in Colorado Law

Convenient Locations In Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Greenwood Village, Golden, Littleton, Louisville, and Lone Tree

By visiting this website, you have taken the first step on the path toward obtaining a fresh start. The next step is to call The Law Office of Clark Daniel Dray at 303-900-8598 to set up a free initial consultation with an experienced and understanding attorney at one of our Denver Metro offices.

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Call: 303-900-8598

In order to craft a personalized strategy, we offer a free in-person consultation with an experienced and understanding attorney.  This face-to-face meeting  is essential to providing you with the best plan possible, and it allows you to get to know your attorney. Bankruptcy, tax resolution, and estate planning require a huge amount of communication between you and your lawyer, so it’s of the utmost importance that you are working with someone whom you trust and get along with well.

Personalized Service

The Law Office of Clark Daniel Dray sets itself apart from most other law firms by giving you the personalized service that you deserve when you retain the services of an attorney.

Our clients’ cases are overseen by one attorney from beginning to end. This means your attorney is easy to get in touch with, available to answer your questions, and familiar with your circumstances and the status of your file. By working with a limited number of clients on a focused and interrelated range of matters, The Law Office of Clark Daniel Dray can provide the personalized service and attention to detail that are essential to a successful outcome.

At The Law Office of Clark Daniel Dray we understand that no two families have exactly the same circumstances, so when you contact our office you can expect to be given personalized guidance based on the specifics of YOUR situation. We help people find relief from the pressures of debt and peace in knowing that you have a plan for the future by closely working with you to find the best strategy to achieve your goals.

Tax Resolution

Tax Resolution in Denver

While tax debt can be intimidating, an experienced tax resolution attorney from The Law Office of Clark Daniel Dray has many different tools to keep the IRS at bay including Installment Agreements, Currently Not Collectible Status, Offers in Compromise, Chapter 13 bankruptcy repayment plans, and sometimes even the discharge of tax debt with a Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

Tax Resolution Options In Denver

Bankruptcy & Debt Relief

As a result of the recent economic downturn, millions of honest, hardworking families have found themselves in a position where they are no longer able to manage their debt. Unfortunately, many people are worried and confused by misinformation about debt relief, bankruptcy, and foreclosure. They may feel intimidated by threats from debt collectors. By not taking action they needlessly continue to suffer the stress and financial hardship of excessive debt and put the things they value most at risk.

Bankruptcy Lawyer Clark Dray will walk you through all of your options for dealing with your debt including debt settlement, debt repayment plans, debt litigation, Chapter 7 bankruptcy, and Chapter 13 bankruptcy to find the best fit for you so that you can put your debt behind you and enjoy a fresh start.

Bankruptcy & Debt Relief Legal Services

Estate Planning

Estate Planning

Simply put, Estate Planning is the process which provides answers to two important questions: Who gets what? (Disposition of Assets) and Who makes decisions for me when I’m not able to do so? (Planning for Incapacity). Denver Estate Planning attorney Clark Dray work closely with you to craft a comprehensive Estate Plan which provides for your loved ones, minimizes taxes, and ensure that your wishes are carried out in the event that you can’t see to them yourself.

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Bankruptcy Means Test Median Income by State – After Nov 1, 2016

Your household income is an important element in determining whether you are eligible for a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy and calculating the payment amount and duration of a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy repayment plan. The bankruptcy means test compares your income to the median income for the same size household in the your state. If you make less than the median, you’re presumed to qualify for a Chapter 7 or you are eligible for a Chapter 13 plan that ends after 3 years of payments. If you make more than the median income, you may need to file a Chapter 13 which lasts 5 years. However, in some instances you may still be able to file a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy notwithstanding your above-median income, which is why you should always speak to an experienced bankruptcy lawyer to help you understand your options. The following chart is effective for bankruptcy cases filed after November 1, 2016. The median income changes periodically, and the current figures can always be found here. […]

Amazing! We met with Clark feeling completely embarrassed and overwhelmed by our finances. Clark reassured us, and never made us feel bad about our circumstances. In the end we decided that bankruptcy was not the way to go. Clark never made us feel as though we had to do anything, and even offered up advice on how to proceed without completing a bankruptcy. We cannot thank him enough for his insight and professionalism. -Tonya

National Assocation of Consumer Bankruptcy Lawyers




Colorado Bankruptcy Association

Our Promise: No Sales Pitches. No Pressure

We guarantee that you won’t be subjected to any sales pitches or pressure, just a relaxed meeting to talk about your options with an attorney who truly wants to see you get the fresh start you’re entitled to.