Charles Lilley & Associates P.C. attorneys

Charles Lilley, Attorney at Law
Charles Lilley

We practice law in the following areas:

  • Securities fraud and shareholder derivative actions
  • Class actions, primarily securities, consumer, and antitrust cases

  • Personal consumer bankruptcy (Chapter 7 & Chapter 13)

  • Business or Medical related bankruptcies under Chapter 
    7 or 13

In our securities and class action practice, we have extensive experience working on class actions and complex litigation. We often co-counsel with many nationally known class action and securities law firms. Click here for information on our major cases.


Charles Lilley also has over 25 years of experience representing consumer debtors in bankruptcy proceedings, and our attorneys have extensive experience in all the areas listed above. In bankruptcy, our firm has been designated a frequent electronic filer by the U.S. Bankruptcy Court. We understand the new law and can advise you of the best options to give you a fresh start. Most of our new clients come from referrals from satisfied clients. We take pride in helping all clients deal with financial difficulties. We are always willing to answer your questions pertaining to your financial problems. 


By focusing on these select types of cases, our firm offers each client solid legal skills and advice with personalized care and attention in a cost effective manner. Please select any of the four main sections at the top of this page to find out how our attorneys may assist you. Each section tells you how to file bankruptcy or pursue a legal claim and gives your answers to frequently asked questions, describes our extensive litigation experience, has useful links to help you know more about a topic, and offers recent news and developments.

We're here to help

We are always willing to answer your questions pertaining to your financial problems. E-mail Charles or call 303-293-9800.


The firm is conveniently located downtown one-half block from the 16th Street Mall at Stout Street, three blocks from the Bankruptcy Court. Click here for a map.