When filing for bankruptcy, people will have to pay various court fees, which are typically referred to as administrative fees. The amount of these fees will vary, depending on the type of bankruptcy a person or business is pursuing, and the U.S. Bankruptcy Court may change or update these fees at any time, as they see necessary. In general, these fees are paid for by the bankruptcy estate.

Below is an outline of some of the specific bankruptcy fees charged by the Court (as of April 2014). You can consult the U.S. Bankruptcy Court’s website for the latest and most recent fees associated with filing for bankruptcy in Colorado. If you have any questions about these fees or which type of bankruptcy would be the best option for resolving your financial issues, don’t hesitate to contact Denver Bankruptcy Lawyer Arthur Lindquist-Kleissler. 

Type of Bankruptcy Case

Court Fees

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy


Chapter 9 Bankruptcy


Chapter 11 Bankruptcy


Chapter 12 Bankruptcy


Chapter 13 Bankruptcy


Converting a Chapter 9 or 11 to a Chapter 7


Converting a Chapter 12 to a

Chapter 7


Converting a Chapter 13 to a

Chapter 7


Converting a Chapter 7 to a

Chapter 11


Converting a Chapter 13 to a

Chapter 11


There may additional fees for the costs of notarizations, copying documents, retrieving archived documents, etc.

Denver Bankruptcy Lawyer at Lindquist-Kleissler & Company, LLC

If you are buried in debt or are facing a serious financial crisis, it’s time to contact Denver Bankruptcy Lawyer Arthur Lindquist-Kleissler. He can help you figure out your best options for debt relief so you can resolve your financial issues as efficiently and favorably as possible.

Since 1979, Mr. Lindquist-Kleissler and the other legal professionals at Lindquist-Kleissler & Company, LLC have been providing both individuals and businesses with the highest quality of legal services when it comes to debt relief and bankruptcy (including civil litigation matters associated with bankruptcy). From simple debt relief solutions to complex corporate bankruptcy cases, Mr. Lindquist-Kleissler can always be relied on to:

  • Bring a fresh perspective to each case
  • Evaluate non-traditional options for debt relief
  • Provide his clients with personalized attention
  • Tailor his services to their specific needs and unique situations
  • Maximize utilization of Colorado Bankruptcy Law to effectively guide his clients through bankruptcy (when filing for bankruptcy is the best option)
  • Help them achieve the best possible outcomes to their cases.

Let’s Discuss Your Options for Debt Relief

You can learn more about your options for debt relief by attending a free 30-minute consult with Mr. Lindquist-Kleissler. To set up a meeting, call (303) 691-9774 or email our firm using the form on this page. You will pay nothing up front to obtain trusted, professional advice regarding your case and your options.

From our office in Denver, Arthur Lindquist-Kleissler represents clients throughout the Great Denver Metropolitan area and Colorado, including (but not limited to) Aurora and Arapahoe County.