Local counsel refers to attorneys that represent clients in a city or state other than the client’s home state or the location of their business headquarters. The local lawyers represent the client in conjunction with their regular legal team to make sure that they know the local rules and procedures.
For instance, a national company headquartered in New York or California might be the plaintiff or defendant in a case in Denver, Colorado. They might not have practical experience with Colorado laws, judges, or the Colorado legal system in general.
Colorado real estate law is not the same as the law in other states, and Denver has its peculiarities. Colorado creditor rights attorneys represent creditors from all over the country.
They are familiar with all the Colorado Creditor Law Practice Areas, such as Colorado real estate law and the legal process for bankruptcy and insolvency.
Are you facing or initiating legal proceedings in a Denver, Colorado court? Is your lawyer or legal team familiar with Denver bankruptcy proceedings or Denver banking and finance law? If so, your case might benefit from retaining local counsel.
A local attorney can advise you of legal loopholes or unique contractual requirements in Denver, Colorado, that could affect the enforcement of your legal claims and collection of debts.
The law in any locality is constantly changing. Even if your attorneys have argued cases in Colorado before, they might not be up-to-date on the most recent precedents and changes in legislation.
When deciding cases, different states and cities have various banking and finance laws that judges turn to. They also define how and when other parts of the process take place.
Our experienced attorneys will know which lines of argument and pieces of evidence the judges find most compelling so that we can build the best possible case.
Don’t risk losing money because your attorneys try to do things the way they did back home. Don’t have rulings go against you because your bankruptcy lawyer forgot about a loophole in Colorado law.
Find an attorney who has worked in front of Colorado judges and studied the Colorado bankruptcy code in depth.
Douglas D. Koktavy, Esq. is not only an experienced creditor rights attorney who has worked on bankruptcy and insolvency cases for years in Denver, Colorado. He has helped change the bankruptcy rules to make them more equitable for creditors.
He can help you or your business handle the paperwork and procedures necessary for the legal and fair collection of debts under Colorado law.
Colorado creditors trust Douglas D. Koktavy, Esq. to stick up for them. To schedule a consultation with Douglas D. Koktavy, Esq., call his office at 303-758-6601. He has experience in several Colorado creditor law practice areas.
Call the offices of Douglas D. Koktavy, P.C. today at 303-758-6601 for a consultation with no obligation. Visit the office at 10200 East Girard Avenue Building B, Suite 120 Denver, CO 80231.