Oregon Bankruptcy Attorneys
Our Oregon bankruptcy attorneys have over 30 years of experience. By using chapter 13 to prevent foreclosures and eliminate second mortgages, OlsenDaines has helped thousands of Oregon Families keep their homes. Our offices in Albany, Bend, Coos Bay, Eugene, Grants Pass, Hillsboro, Klamath Falls, Medford, Portland, Roseburg, Salem and Lake Oswego all feature experienced bankruptcy lawyers who offer free consultation and caring advice about debt resolution.
Washington Bankruptcy Attorneys
With offices in Tacoma,Tri-Cities and Vancouver our Washington bankruptcy attorneys use Chapter 13 bankruptcies to save homes, lift tax levies and prevented automobile and truck repossessions. With Chapter 7 bankruptcy, we've helped our bankruptcy clients find a way out from crushing debt and with complimentary credit rebuilding instruction, helped them achieve a foothold in their new lives.
Idaho Bankruptcy Attorneys
From our office in Meridian, our Idaho bankruptcy attorneys specialize in filing Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 cases to prevent the garnishment of wages, help our clients get caught up on past due child support, lift bank levies, protect homes and relieve our clients from overwhelming credit card debt. While we have handled thousands of bankruptcies, we understand each situation is uniquely burdensome to our clients and respect and treat our clients with care and concern.
Bankruptcy Chapters and Debt Issues
This is the most common type of bankruptcy. In almost all cases you keep all your property and your debts are simply wiped out. Each state has certain exemptions. For most persons, all their property is exempt, meaning your property is protected. Our job is to advise you so there are no problems. We will review what property you own. In some instance we will engage in pre bankruptcy planning so that all your assets are legally protected (you will not lose it when you file bankruptcy). Chapter 7 is normally over in around four months..
Chapter 13 resolves many problems that cannot be resolved through chapter 7. A chapter 13 is often filed to stop a foreclosure and save the family home.
Find out more about Chapter 11 and 12.
Creditor harassment is common. Creditors may be calling you repeatedly, calling you at work, speaking to your employer, speaking to your friends and relatives, calling you at odd hours, calling you when they know you have an attorney, trying to collect even though you have filed bankruptcy. Each of these is common and each of these is illegal.
OlsenDaines Bankruptcy Attorneys
If you are overloaded with personal debt and harassed by creditors, find out what your options are from OlsenDaines bankruptcy attorneys. Our attorneys will give you honest answers to your all of your bankruptcy questions and direct you on how bankruptcy can help discharge your debt, restructure your debt, or if it is better for your interests, suggest an alternative solution. Call for a free consultation 1-800-682-9568. Questions are welcomed. We can help with the following issues and many more:
- I need help with a pending foreclosure
- I'm worried about a pending garnishment.
- Can bankruptcy help with my student loans?
- My license has been suspended? Can bankruptcy help me get it back?
Are you fighting harassing phone calls and letters, garnished wages, lawsuits or repossessions? Are you trying to save your home and property from foreclosure? The circumstances that drive someone to file for bankruptcy are never simple. Lost jobs, divorce, unforeseen medical events and financial stress all bring people to our doors. We know that your circumstances are uniquely important to you, which is why we afford every one of our clients the individual concern his or her situation merits.
Our bankruptcy fees are reasonable and affordable. When we are retained for as little as $200 you can refer your creditors to our office. When you are considering bankruptcy, the last thing you want to worry about is confusing attorney fees. Some bankruptcy firms may quote a low price to get clients in the door, but here at OlsenDaines, we understand that you are going through difficult financial times, so we strive to be up front and clear with our pricing. We disclose our costs and fees from the beginning, and we offer our clients various methods of payment plans.
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