Oregon & Washington Bankruptcy
This information is presented by the Bankruptcy Practice Group of Baxter & Baxter, LLP. The bankruptcy lawyers of the Bankruptcy Practice Group represent individuals in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies. We offer a free initial consultation. We can stop collection calls from debt collectors and home foreclosures. We can advise consumers whether to file for bankruptcy, and what form of bankruptcy to file.
We have four offices to serve consumers in Portland, Hillsboro, and Oregon City, Oregon, and Vancouver, Washington. Our Portland office is located in SW Portland, adjacent to the east end of Beaverton, Oregon. Our attorneys represent with clients from Beaverton, Raleigh Hills, and other surrounding communities.
Sound Advice with Dignity and Empathy
Deciding whether to file bankruptcy is a very serious decision. The majority of bankruptcies are precipitated by circumstances outside a person's control -- loss of a job, divorce, or significant illness. The stress of these events is compounded by collection letters and calls, and the fear of losing a home to foreclosure. The dedicated and compassionate bankruptcy attorneys of Baxter & Baxter, LLP, understand all of these realities, and endeavor to provide clear and concise advice, so that the bankruptcy process is as transparent and understandable as possible. Once the bankruptcy is completed and the discharge order is entered, our clients can begin a new life and get a fresh start!
Benefits of Filing for Bankruptcy in Oregon & Washington
Filing for bankruptcy is a serious and important decision that has significant ramifications. The Portland bankruptcy lawyers of Baxter & Baxter, LLP, can help you decide whether filing for bankruptcy is right for you. We can advise you on whether you qualify for a Chapter 7 liquidation, or would be better served by entering into a Chapter 13 repayment plan.
Among the many benefits of filing for bankruptcy are:
- Stop garnishments on bank accounts and wages
- Stop home foreclosures
- Stop harassing phone calls from bill collectors and collection agencies
- Prevent utilities from being shut off
- Stop car and truck repossessions
- Eliminate some back taxes