Kindness and Respect:

Kindness.  How often do you encounter it?  At Swift Law Firm, we do our best to practice the Golden Rule.  Treat others as you would like to be treated.  We understand that sometimes you just need to start over, and every person deserves to be treated with kindness and respect.  Please look at our reviews to see what our clients say about us. 

We hold your hand every step of the way, and make every effort to get you back on you feet again as soon as possible.


Stephen Swift has been handling consumer bankruptcy cases since May, 1988.  We offer the experience and know how that you can trust…all with a personalized approach to each client.

We have the reputation of being able to handle the difficult case.  We’ve been there,  done that.  We have been successful at discharging (having legally forgiven) student loans, IRS obligations, Colorado taxes, and home mortgages.  We have also been successful in helping our clients with larger incomes qualify to file under Chapter 7,  which is faster and less expensive.


for your unique situation

The steps you take now can affect your life in many ways for years to come.  Stephen Swift, esq. can review your situation and help you decide whether a Chapter 7 bankruptcy or a filing under Chapter13 is right for you.  The Law Office of Stephen H. Swift, P.C. is knowledgeable regarding Colorado bankruptcy laws and what can and cannot be done in cases like yours.

We can handle all aspects of your bankruptcy, from start to finish. You can then start rebuilding your credit rating and finances on a more secure basis.

"We will hold your hand every step of the way"

   (719) 520-0164


Law Office of Stephen H. Swift, P.C.
733 E. Costilla Street, Suite A & B
Colorado Springs, CO 80903

Is there a way out?

Fortunately, the answer is YES!

The Colorado bankruptcy laws can provide debt relief and the opportunity to rebuild your financial life.

“At the end of every seven years thou shalt make a release. And this is the manner of the release: Every creditor that lendeth ought unto his neighbor shall release it; he shall not exact it of his neighbor, or of his brother; because it is called the LORD’s release.”

– Deuteronomy 15:1-2

As the passage from Deuteronomy shows, forgiveness of debts is a practice sanctioned by the highest authority.  Our great nation has enacted laws that enable people to obtain a release from unmanageable debts.

At the Law Office of Stephen H. Swift, P.C., we have helped thousands of El Paso county area citizens eliminate or reduce their debts through Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy filings.  We successfully use the Colorado bankruptcy laws to guide our clients to better days and a more secure financial future.