Eugene

1907 Garden Ave., Suite 202
Eugene, OR 97403

541-686-5555
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Bankruptcy Attorneys in Eugene

Eugene Bankruptcy Attorney

If you are thinking about filing bankruptcy, or find that there might not be any other resolution to your debt problems, our Eugene bankruptcy attorney team can help. We offer a free bankruptcy consultation to help you determine if filing for bankruptcy is the right step for you to take. We understand that this is a major decision and never hassle or push you into a decision that isn’t in your best interest. Our Eugene bankruptcy attorney team knows that there are certain things that you value, including the security you want to provide your family. We will discuss all  of your options with you to make sure that happens.

We can discuss with you your options and which bankruptcy will be best for you, whether it is a chapter 7 bankruptcy or chapter 13. The first step in this process is correctly filling out a Means Test to determine if you qualify for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Your Eugene bankruptcy attorney can help you with this process. We have a lot of experience in both, and we can advise you which will fit your needs. The Means test basically calculates out if you have the “Means” to continue paying all or part of your debts or not.

Talk with one of our passionate bankruptcy attorneys today and start down your path to financial freedom. You can contact us here or give us a call at 541-686-5555.

Driving Directions:

Our Eugene bankruptcy attorney office is conveniently located near the Bankruptcy Court and near Springfield just off of Franklin Blvd.

From Eugene, head east on Franklin and turn left on Villard at the Matthew Knight Arena. Continue straight on Villard to the stop sign at Garden Avenue. Do not turn right or left at the stop sign, rather, continue straight ahead into the parking lot.

From Springfield, head west on Franklin and turn right on Villard at the Matthew Knight Arena. Continue straight on Villard to the stop sign at Garden Avenue. Do not turn right or left at the stop sign, rather, continue straight ahead into the parking lot.