The Nelsch Law Office has filed or assisted in the management of bankruptcy cases for over 34 years. This level of experience is crucial for anyone filing bankruptcy in Colorado particularly in light of the 2005 changes. These changes include the need for a “means test” that can determine whether a debtor qualifies for either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 of the Bankruptcy Code. This is no simple formula and extreme care must be utilized in order to properly prepare and submit the test and avoid adverse action by the United States Trustee.

Mr. Nelsch has lectured to lawyers and paralegals on how to properly prepare and submit the means test, both in Colorado and nationally. He has been involved from the very beginning of the law change so as to be able to give complete and accurate advice. The filing of a bankruptcy petition is no longer a simple affair.

Since 1978, William D. Nelsch has experience and knowledge of cutting edge bankruptcy practice and procedure and for the past ten years has taught bankruptcy, both beginning and advanced, to other attorneys in Continuing Legal Education classes. Nelsch Law Office will help you to eliminate your debt while aggressively protecting your assets.

Bill earned his B.A. degree from Bowling Green State University in 1971 and his Juris Doctorate degree from Cleveland State University John Marshall School of Law in 1978. He was admitted to the practice of law in Ohio in 1977 and to Colorado in 1978, in all state and federal courts. He also attended the Computer Law program at the University of Denver and the Computer Software Law program at Land Resources Institute. He is also a member of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys.

Bill is also an accomplished photographer. When he isn't meeting with clients, you can find him out and about taking photographs.