Chapter 13 bankruptcy

  Going through a bankruptcy —– from decision to discharge— can be a long and stressful ordeal. Eventually, though, you get the breathing room you so desperately need. And after Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 comes the next chapter: putting your life and your credit back together. How can you do that? A bankruptcy stays […]

Bankruptcy and Student Loans

  Ahh, the American dream. You start with nothing, get an education, work your assets off, and end up rich and successful. But is that really how it goes? Everyone knows that it is absolutely critical that you get a good education in order to get ahead. The average price of a college education can […]

Bankruptcy and Medical Bills

As the old saying goes, “nothing is more important than your health.” When you are injured or sick, you know how true that is. When you or a loved one is facing a serious or catastrophic illness, the cost of medical care can very quickly skyrocket. Before you know it, the costs of medical care […]

Can a Bankruptcy Wipe Out Income Tax Debt?

People sometimes assume that a bankruptcy filing is a panacea that will wipe out all debts permanently, including tax debts. In fact, this is not the case. The details will depend upon the form of bankruptcy that is filed and the type of tax payment that is delinquent. Chapter 7 A Chapter 7 bankruptcy can […]

Which Type of Bankruptcy Should I Choose?

Our law firm offers bankruptcy assistance for clients in a number of cities in Oregon and Washington, including Salem, Portland, Grants Pass, Bend, Vancouver, and TriCities. When you decide to file for bankruptcy in one of these states, you have multiple options, and the circumstances will dictate the ideal course of action. For most individuals, […]

How Can I Avoid Foreclosure?

How Can I Avoid Foreclosure?

If you are concerned about the possibility of losing your home because the payments are becoming unmanageable, there are steps that you can take to avoid foreclosure. It is wise to contact your mortgage lender proactively if you come to the realization that you are not going to be able to meet your upcoming obligations. […]