Daniel Lowenberg has been practicing law for over a decade in Montrose, Colorado. He focuses on bankruptcy law, civil litigation, family law, probate and estate law, criminal defense, and other areas. Daniel is committed to assisting bankruptcy clients on a tangible level by helping them find their financial fresh start in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases.
After receiving his bachelor’s degree from Lake Forest College in Illinois, Daniel earned his law degree from St. Mary’s University School of Law in San Antonio. He was a staff writer and associate editor of the St. Mary’s Law Journal from 2003 to 2005. He’s now part of Alliance Defending Freedom, a public interest advocacy organization where he advocates for issues such as freedom of expression and religious liberty. Daniel is also a member of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys and the Colorado Consumer Bankruptcy Association.
When he’s not helping clients, Daniel enjoys Jiu-Jitsu, skiing, and playing guitar, and he loves to spend time with his wife and three children. They enjoy doing outdoor activities together like camping, fishing, and hiking.
Daniel is committed to assisting bankruptcy clients on a tangible level by helping them find their financial fresh start in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases.
In 2016, Daniel’s firm Fleming & Lowenberg started using NextChapter in Windows to improve the bankruptcy filing process, speeding up the workflow and making it much easier to file petitions. He and his team especially enjoy NextMessage, the integrated client texting feature. This tool allows Daniel’s firm to communicate with clients via SMS texting without having to give out attorneys’ personal numbers since NextChapter assigns a new local phone number. Daniel and his firm also set up automated text reminders based on case dates, which keep his clients up-to-date on hearings, deadlines, and more.
Tech-savvy attorneys like Daniel Lowenberg appreciate the nuances and intuitive tools that NextChapter brings to their law firm. Other benefits include a simpler bankruptcy case management process, PACER notices organization, and easier client intake with the Client Portal.