Beaverton Bankruptcy: Basic Bankruptcy

Here are some facts regarding filing personal bankruptcy in Oregon:

Depending on your circumstances, you will most likely file either a Chapter 7 or a Chapter 13 bankruptcy.  An experienced bankruptcy attorney can tell you more with regard to which bankruptcy is right for you.

Once you file either the Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, the “automatic stay” goes into effect.  The automatic stay will stop creditors from harassing you as well as put a hault on all collection activity with regard to your various debts and accounts.  It is court ordered and stipulates that creditors are “stayed” or prohibited from further collection actions against you.  They can’t call your work, have your wages garnished or harass your family members.

It is highly recommended that anyone seeking to file bankruptcy or gain bankruptcy advice in Oregon should get advice from an experienced Oregon bankruptcy attorney.

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