If you're struggling to handle your debt by yourself, maybe it's time to seek help from a local Oregon bankruptcy lawyer.
An Oregon bankruptcy lawyer can discuss your debt-relief options with you and other bankruptcy information. This includes a look at how bankruptcy could help you eliminate your debt related to credit cards, mortgages, car payments, medical bills, payday loan and more.
A local bankruptcy lawyer can provide details on Oregon's "automatic stay" provision and Chapter 7 bankruptcy exemptions.These two aspects of the state's bankruptcy laws are important parts of the protection provided by bankruptcy.
But your property and your financial future wont' be protected unless you are proactive. You can take action today to fight your debt and move closer to a fresh financial start.
When you're ready to take serious steps to fight your debt, call us at 877-349-1309 or fill out the free case evaluation form:
When you file for bankruptcy in Oregon, the "automatic stay" provisions should kick in and may quickly provide relief.
The automatic stay is a court order that freezes lawsuits, claims against your property and collections by creditor while your financial situation is sorted out. So if you are concerned about losing your home, car or other possessions, filing bankruptcy can provide protection.
Bankruptcy may offer long-term protection, too, especially if you file for Chapter 13. Chapter 7 bankruptcy may offer protections as well if you have unsecured debts - like credit card bills - and own fewer possessions.
To fully understand how filing bankruptcy may help you eliminate your debt, provide relief and protect your possessions, talk to a local Oregon bankruptcy lawyer. A lawyer can answer your questions and explain how Oregon bankruptcy laws apply to you.
To speak with a sponsoring Oregon bankruptcy lawyer near you, call toll-free 877-349-1309 or fill out the free form on this page.
Note: Keep in mind all laws are complex. If you need legal advice or want to fully understand how these laws affect you, please speak with a local attorney.
Laws may have changed since our last update. For the latest information on your state's bankruptcy laws, speak to a local bankruptcy lawyer.