Welcome to Sagaria Law, PC now serving Portland, Capitol Hill, East Portland, Maywood Park, Troutdale, University Park, West Portland, and Wood Village (we also have a law office in Tigard). Our knowledgeable team of bankruptcy lawyers combines 60 + years of experience in Chapter 7, Chapter 13, and Chapter 11 bankruptcies, foreclosures, and asset protection. Our Oregon law divisions in Portland and Tigard offer two conveniently located offices for the financial needs of Portland Metropolitan and greater Portland area residents.
Bankruptcy can be a devastating and embarrassing situation to any individual, small business, or even a multi-million dollar corporation. Our Oregon Bankruptcy Lawyers can help you set your assets in order and manage the complete and thorough filing of your bankruptcy. We understand that this can be a difficult and emotional time. There is so much you need to know and do; at times the whole process can seem impossible, so why would you go it alone? Call one of our experienced Portland Bankruptcy Attorneys at (503) 535-0620 for your Bankruptcy Consultation TODAY!
Our Portland, Oregon Bankruptcy Firms offer a wide variety of legal services including Chapter 7 bankruptcy Filing, also known as the liquidation bankruptcy filed by an individual, corporation, or a partnership. Under Oregon Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, the debtor is allowed to claim certain property as exempt. In exchange for this, the debtor receives a discharge of unsecured debt, which means that the debtor does not have to repay the unsecured debts. When an Oregon bankruptcy attorney files a bankruptcy petition, it STOPS REPOSSESSION AND FORECLOSURE (the forced sale of real property assigned as security for a debt that is in default) the instant the petition arrives at the court and gives you some time to organize your finances.
If you are behind on your house or car payments, you may want to consider having our Portland Bankruptcy Attorney file a Chapter 13. In a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, the filing stops any repossession or foreclosure and gives you an opportunity to present a plan to the court that would give you 5 years to repay your past due payments. Of course, you will be required to continue to make your regular monthly payments. Call us today at our Portland Bankruptcy Firm today to SAVE YOUR HOME!
Most of our clients ask "What happens after I file Bankruptcy?" It is a common misnomer that consumers cannot obtain credit after bankruptcy. It is true that the bankruptcy will have an adverse consequence on your credit score and credit report. It is also true that bankruptcy can be reported on your credit report for up to 10 years after your case is filed, but the actual effect on your credit score varies depending on what your score was before you filed bankruptcy, and it is temporary because you can start rebuilding your credit immediately after filing your case. In many cases, especially for people who have very low credit scores before filing bankruptcy, their credit scores go up shortly after filing bankruptcy, as long as they maintain payments on obligations thereafter. Our Oregon Bankruptcy attorneys can answer any post filing questions you may have, just call us at (866) 447-8460.
At our Oregon Bankruptcy Firms we do not just offer Bankruptcy as a solution to your debt problems. We also offer services such as Mortgage Relief, Bankruptcy Litigation, and Creditor Litigation.
We encourage everyone to take advantage of our consultation and discuss your personal financial situation. Our Oregon Bankruptcy attorneys can create a personalized Debt resolution plan for every individual. We offer low prices, payment plans, and it is only $99 to have one of our experienced Bankruptcy Attorneys start preparing your bankruptcy case. Don't hesitate any longer; get out of the financial burden you are in by calling us at (530) 535-0620 today for your "Fresh Start!"
Portland Bankruptcy Topics Library:
- Portland Bankruptcy: Alternatives to an Oregon Bankruptcy filing
- Portland Bankruptcy: Can You Buy Another Home In Oregon After Your Bankruptcy Filing?
- Portland Bankruptcy: After Bankruptcy Advice: Your Credit
- Portland Bankruptcy: After Filing, Check Your Credit Report
- Portland Bankruptcy: Post Bankruptcy – Finding the Right Lender
- Portland Bankruptcy: Advice on Purchases After Bankruptcy
- Portland Bankruptcy: Expect Higher Interest Rates, Post Bankruptcy
- Portland Bankruptcy: Refinancing After Bankruptcy
- Portland Bankruptcy: Medical Bill Bankruptcy Alternatives
- Portland Bankruptcy: Debt Management vs. Oregon Bankruptcy
- Portland Bankruptcy: Mortgage Refinancing as a way to Manage Your Debt
- Portland Bankruptcy: Options with Oregon Debt Settlement
- Portland Bankruptcy: Credit Counseling Process in Oregon
- Portland Bankruptcy: Summary of the National Fair Credit Reporting Act
- Portland Bankruptcy: NFCRA 601 Short title
- Portland Bankruptcy: NFCRA 602 Congressional Findings and Statement of Purpose
- Portland Bankruptcy: NFCRA 603 Definitions; Rules of Construction
- Portland Bankruptcy: NFCRA 604 Permissible Purposes of Consumer Reports
- Portland Bankruptcy: NFCRA 605 Requirements Relating to Information Contained in Consumer Reports
- Portland Bankruptcy: NFCRA 606 Disclosure of Investigative Consumer Reports
- Portland Bankruptcy: NFCRA 607 Compliance Procedures
- Portland Bankruptcy: NFCRA 608 Disclosures to Governmental Agencies
- Portland Bankruptcy: NFCRA 609 Disclosures to Consumers
- Portland Bankruptcy: NFCRA 610 Conditions and Form of Disclosure to Consumers
- Portland Bankruptcy: NFCRA 611 Procedure in Case of Disputed Accuracy
- Portland Bankruptcy: NFCRA 612 Charges for Certain Disclosures
- Portland Bankruptcy: NFCRA 613 Public Record Information for Employment Purposes
- Portland Bankruptcy: NFCRA 614 Restrictions on Investigative Consumer Reports
- Portland Bankruptcy: NFCRA 615 Requirements on Users of Consumer Reports
- Portland Bankruptcy: NFCRA 616 Civil Liability for Willful Non Compliance
- Portland Bankruptcy: NFCRA 617 Civil Liability for Negligent Non Compliance
- Portland Bankruptcy: NFCRA 618 Jurisdiction of Courts; Limitation of Actions
- Portland Bankruptcy: NFCRA 619 Obtaining Information Under False Pretenses
- Portland Bankruptcy: NFCRA 620 Unauthorized Disclosures by Officers or Employees
- Portland Bankruptcy: NFCRA 621 Administrative Enforcement
- Portland Bankruptcy: NFCRA 622 Information on Overdue Child Support Obligations
- Portland Bankruptcy: NFCRA 623 Responsibilities of Furnishers of Information to Consumer Reporting Agencies
- Portland Bankruptcy: NFCRA 624 Relation to State Laws
- Portland Bankruptcy: NFCRA 625 Disclosures to FBI for Counter Intelligence Purposes
- Portland Bankruptcy: NFCRA 626 Disclosures to Governmental Agencies for Counter Terrorism Purposes
- Portland Bankruptcy: NFCRA Legislative History and End Notes
- Portland Bankruptcy: Transfers and Bankruptcy
- Portland Bankruptcy: Stripping your Oregon Car of its Bank Lien
- Portland Bankruptcy: Bankruptcy Basics
- Portland Bankruptcy: Chapter 7
- Portland Bankruptcy: Chapter 13
- Portland Bankruptcy: Documents to file your Oregon Bankruptcy
- Portland Bankruptcy: Oregon Bankruptcy Myths
- Portland Bankruptcy: How to Qualify for an Oregon Chapter 7 and 13