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Overview


Bankruptcy Overview

  • Bankruptcy provides Immediate relief.
  • Bankruptcy is Federal Law, not State law.

Learn more about the basics of bankruptcy, and find out how we can help.

Chapter 7 Basics


Chapter 7 bankruptcy

  • The most common type of bankruptcy.
  • Most people don’t loose any assets in AaChapter 7.
  • Not all types of debt will go away.

Learn more about the basics of Chapter 7, and find out how we can help.

Chapter 13 Basics


Chapter 13 bankruptcy

  • Used to repay some, but not all, of your debt.
  • Chapter 13 is an asset protection type of bankruptcy.

Learn more about the basics of Chapter 13, and find out how we can help.

Types of Debt


Types of debt explained

  • Secured debt is typically incurred to obtain an asset like a mortgage or a vehicle.
  • Unsecured debts could be debts like student loans or many consumer credit cards.

Learn more about the basics of bankruptcy and debt alternatives, and find out how we can help.

Save Your Home With Chapter 13


Save Your Home with Chapter 13

  • Filing Chapter 13 Immediately stops foreclosure.
  • You can get an extended perior of 3-5 years to cure the default.

Learn more about the basics of bankruptcy, and find out how we can help you stop foreclosure.

Overview
Chapter 7 Basics
Chapter 13 Basics
Types of Debt
Save Your Home With Chapter 13

Bankruptcy Overview

  • Bankruptcy provides Immediate relief.
  • Bankruptcy is Federal Law, not State law.

Learn much more about the basics of bankruptcy, and find out how we can help.

Chapter 7 bankruptcy

  • The Most common type of bankruptcy.
  • Most people don’t loose any assets in Chapter 7.
  • Not all types of debt will go away.

Learn much more about the basics of Chapter 7, and find out how we can Help.

Chapter 13 bankruptcy

  • Used to repay some, but not all of your debt.
  • Chapter 13 is an asset protection type of bankruptcy.

Learn much more about the basics of Chapter 13, and find out how we can help.

Types of debt explained

  • Secured debt is typically incurred to obtain an asset like a mortgage or a vehicle.
  • Unsecured debts could be debts like student loans or many consumer credit cards.

Learn much more about the basics of bankruptcy, and find out how we can help.

Save Your Home with Chapter 13

  • Filing Chapter 13 Immediately stops foreclosure.
  • You may get 3-5 years to cure the default.

Learn much more about the basics of bankruptcy, and find out how we can help.

See video of our actual Courtroom testimony


Watch Michael D. O’Brien of Michael D. O’Brien & Associates argue a case before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.

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FACING COMPLEX DEBT PROBLEMS?

Whether you're dealing with overwhelming debt, stopping foreclosure or repossession proceedings, or looking for a way to protect your assets, our Portland bankruptcy attorneys are here to help you overcome your financial hurdles!

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