Bankruptcy Attorney in Portland, Oregon
Many Americans, just like you, feel overwhelmed by debt. When debt has you tossing and turning at night, you need to know that there are practical solutions. You need an experienced but friendly and approachable lawyer who can guide you and empower you with the tools of bankruptcy law.
Here at Christopher J. Kane, P.C., I've spent more than a decade helping people and small businesses seek financial relief. There are legitimate legal options that can alleviate financial hardship. Tell me your story, and let me explain your options and how they would apply to your unique circumstances. If you live anywhere in Oregon, including the counties of Clackamas, Washington, Yamhill, and Columbia, reach out to my Portland office to set up a free consultation.
Chapter 7 & Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
If you're facing a growing pile of debt, you’re not alone. Like many, you simply need some relief and a fresh start. The two main kinds of personal bankruptcy include Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
Filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy involves a liquidation process in which you sell any non-exempt assets and use the proceeds to repay your creditors. Chapter 7 bankruptcy can help you eliminate debts associated with credit cards, medical bills, back rent, utility bills, and more.
Filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy allows you to pay back debts through a repayment plan. Most repayment plans require monthly payments for anywhere from three to five years.
Life isn’t always smooth sailing, but the storms don’t have to last forever. I've been providing debtors with affordability, experience, and personal attention since 1995. As a Portland bankruptcy attorney, I serve all of Oregon all in the comfort of your home. In some circumstances, I can file Chapter 7 cases for no money upfront except the small filing fee. I am also available to help businesses find relief through business bankruptcy and other means.
Take advantage of my no-cost consultation today. I am proud to help residents of Portland and the rest of Oregon seek brighter futures.