Our Bankruptcy attorney in Portland can help you file for bankruptcy for just $600. Jim Choi has been a bankruptcy attorney in Portland and practicing as a lawyer since 1996. Experience is on your side when you choose Jim Choi as your bankruptcy attorney. We provide bankruptcy attorneys for personal bankruptcy, small business, corporations, Chapter 7 & Chapter 13
If you have any questions in relation to bankruptcies, even if its personal or for a small business please contact our bankruptcy attorneys for a FREE CONSULTATION. You will meet with an attorney to determine whether filing for bankruptcy is best for you. We will take time to answer questions, discuss options and plan strategy for your filing. We discuss your legal rights and responsibilities with you. We deal in all of Multnomah County, Washington County and Clackamas County. This office does both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy filings.
Our bankruptcy attorneys understand these are financially difficult times for an individual, small business or even a corporation. We do not judge nor condemn our clients, and we present options and support their decisions. Our bankruptcy attorneys are the economical and affordable choice when considering bankruptcy. We understand that times are financially difficult, thus we offer free initial consultations and affordable prices. The price for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy starts at $600 plus filing fees.
Protect yourself and your family. Bankruptcies will stop most foreclosures, garnishments, evictions and repossession attempts. Once it is filed, there is an automatic stay which goes into effect. This stay prohibits any creditors from pursuing any claims against you and becomes effective immediately after the bankruptcy is filed. If the creditors act in violation of the automatic stay, they will be accountable to you for damages.
On the average, there are over one million bankruptcies filed every year in the United States alone for people, small business & business corporations. Bankruptcies have existed since biblical times and was eventually adopted into the Constitution of the United States of America. Article one section eight of the Constitution reads as part of the congressional powers “To establish an uniform Rule of Naturalization, and uniform Laws on the subject of Bankruptcies throughout the United States.” The founding father deemed that Bankruptcies were so important to individuals, they gave authority to congress to develop these laws.
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