Filing For Bankruptcy

 Bankruptcy laws help people who can no longer pay their creditors get a fresh start – by liquidating assets to pay their debts or by creating a repayment plan. Bankruptcy laws also protect troubled businesses and provide for orderly distributions to business creditors through reorganization or liquidation.

Most cases are filed under the three main chapters of the Bankruptcy Code – Chapter 7, Chapter 11, and Chapter 13. Federal courts have exclusive jurisdiction over bankruptcy cases. This means that a bankruptcy case cannot be filed in a state court.

If you are thinking about filing for bankruptcy, call me first for a free consultation. I have been practicing law in Colorado for over 30 years, specializing in bankruptcy cases in the state of Colorado. I provide fair, affordable, and friendly service. Call me today for a free consultation, and click here to fill out my bankruptcy questionnaire.

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If you are looking for an attorney in Boulder, Colorado call me today at (303) 442-6448. I specialize in bankruptcy, estate planning, DUI (marijuana / alcohol). Call me today for a free consultation. I look forward to hearing from you!


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DUI: Refusing A Breath Test

In Colorado, asking to talk to a lawyer can be a refusal. Even if you are carrying my cell phone number with you (720-771-9776) and you are stopped for a dui the police do not have to let you call your attorney before deciding what type of blood alcohol test you are going to take. Many times in the cases I have worked with, the person being arrested has asked to speak to an attorney and the police considered that a refusal to take a test and they lose their license. You often are given the choice of a breath or blood draw test to measure your blood alcohol. You do not have to give them the evidence against you but it is a violation of the consent law if you refuse and the refusal itself can make you lose your license. Refusing the test will not stop them from charging you with a DUI. They can use other evidence to back up their case. Be careful with that decision.

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Breath Tests


When the police contact you and suspect that you may have been drinking they ask for roadside tests. One roadside test is called the “pbt” for a portable breath test device. They have you blow into a handheld device. This is not the breath test that they use to determine if you lose your license. It is a screening device to see if you should be arrested and then be given a breath test. Many times in my practice I have had clients who thought that this pbt was a breath test and refused to do any more. This is then considered a refusal by the police, and you will lose your license even if the test result on the pbt was well under the legal limit. It is very important to know the difference between these tests. They do not trust the first roadside test to be reliable enough to be the official test and they must offer you the more reliable test on the big machine back at the jail or police station. Under the consent law in Colorado you have consented to do this test and if you refuse you may lose your license just for that refusal.

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Colorado Marijuana Laws

Everyone needs to understand the impact of legal marijuana and driving. It may be legal now to have and ingest THC in Colorado, but it is still criminal to operate a vehicle in the State of Colorado and across the country after you do. As with alcohol, and other prescription drugs you may be allowed to take THC but if it “impairs your ability to drive safely, to even the slightest degree” you have broken the law and may face jail time and certainly face large expenses. They have blood tests to show active THC, but even if you refuse a test they will charge you with a DUI.

My offices are located in Boulder, Colorado and I specialize in DUI (Marijuana / Alcohol), Bankruptcy, Trust & Estate Planning. Call me today for a free consultation at (303) 442-6448.

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DUI: Driving Under The Influence


The “driving” part of Driving Under the Influence may be becoming less clear and easier for the Courts and the DMV to prove. I had a long talk recently with someone at the DMV about Colorado’s definition of driving. The case law says that you have to have control over the vehicle. It has been shown that keys in the ignition is enough to show control. There have not been any cases but my question is about how we deal with the keyless starting cars. It is not too far fetched with our current laws to say that since you have the key fob in your purse or pocket it is the same as having them in the ignition because all you will have to do is push the start button to get the car started. Until we have a clear ruling on this it may be best to avoid vehicles all together if you are drinking alcohol or smoking marijuana.

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Lawyer Q&A: Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy laws help people who can no longer pay their creditors get a fresh start by liquidating assets to pay their debts or by creating a repayment plan.

Bankruptcy is also a legal status of a person that cannot repay the debts it owes to its creditors. In most jurisdictions, bankruptcy is imposed by a court order, often initiated by the debtor. Here is a recent Lawyer Q&A that I participated in. For more information about bankruptcy call the Law Office Of Paul Stuber in Boulder Colorado at (303) 442-6448.

Question: If I filed for bankruptcy and later got served a summons for court over a debt I had listed on the bankruptcy petition is there anything I can do?

Paul Stuber: It is important to let them know about the bankruptcy right away. Sometimes the contact that was in the petition does not get it to the collection attorney right away. As soon as they know about the bankruptcy they must stop the collections effort under Federal Law. It doesn’t hurt to remind them of that fact and they should let you alone. If you have an attorney make sure the collection attorney is given your attorney’s name and number. If they continue they are in violation of the automatic stay under the Bankruptcy Federal Law.

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How To Find A Great Attorney In Boulder, Colorado


Here are 5 helpful tips from The Law Office Of Paul Stuber on how to find a great attorney. Click on the video above for a video featuring Paul Stuber on how to find a great attorney.

1.    Find their reputation 

 2.    Get to know the attorney

 3.    Communicate your needs clearly 

 4.    Find out their past experience 

 5.    Find out their area of expertise 

If you are looking for an experienced attorney in the Boulder, Colorado area let The Law Office Of Paul Stuber help! Here you will receive personal attention, and you can feel confident that you are also getting the appropriate attention. Flexible payment schedules available, call (303) 442-6448 for a free consultation!

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Experienced Attorney Services In Boulder, Colorado


Looking for an experienced attorney in Colorado? I am located in Boulder, Colorado, and I have been specializing in Colorado law since 1983. There are three main areas of Law in which I practice:

My office is just off of 28th Street and Violet Avenue in Boulder. Take 28th Street (36) north in Boulder about 1 mile north of Iris Avenue (Safeway), past Jay Road and turn Left on Violet Avenue, then take the next left on 23rd Street, and the next left on Vineyard Place. The office is there at the intersection on the right. It is a home with an office on the side. I have an American flag out front and the office entrance is on the east side under a red canopy. The waiting room is open.

I will be posting more information on these areas for you here in this blog or at my website.Also, feel free to check out my Facebook page, or follow me on Twitter for more updates. If you have any questions, please feel free to give me a call at 303.442.6448 or send me an email [email protected]. My goal is to provide personal service. I would love to hear from you!



Marijuana & Driving Laws


Many cases of DUI after using marijuana have been arising in Colorado. Over the past few months we have witnessed many monumental changes in marijuana laws in the State Of Colorado.  I often get asked how much marijuana you can have in your possession, and if you are able to drive after you use marijuana. Here is the latest in a series of Lawyer Q&A regarding marijuana and driving laws.

Q: What are the laws on driving with marijuana in your possession?

My answer: ”There is no specific law saying that you can’t have marijuana in your possession unless you are under 21 or if the quantity is too high. You can’t buy over an ounce and you can’t grow more than 6 plants. There are City laws also that can limit how much you can have. You are also not allowed to smoke in public.”

Another question which I touched on in an earlier blog post is “Are you allowed to drive if you use medical marijuana and are licensed by the state?” The answer is no. Just like other prescribed medications that can impair your ability to drive, if the level of marijuana in your system is too high, you may be convicted of a DUI.

My name is Paul Stuber and I have been practicing law in Boulder, Colorado for over 30 years. I specialize in DUI Defense, Estate Planning, and Bankruptcy cases. For a free consultation call me today at (303) 442-6448.

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