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Bankruptcy Law

From our free bankruptcy consultations to our complimentary credit rebuilding program, bankruptcy attorneys at OlsenDaines are here to help you every step of the bankruptcy process. We are the largest and most experienced consumer bankruptcy law firm in the Pacific NW. We are able to address your financial difficulties with the expertise and careful planning you are seeking.

OlsenDaines Bankruptcy Attorneys serving Salem OR and Portland OR
Olsen Daines is trusted by Oregonians - We're the #1 filer of bankruptcy in the state!

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Chapter 7 is the most common type of bankruptcy. In the vast majority of cases, your debts are simply wiped out and you can keep all of your property. Our job is to advise you throughout the process to ensure the best outcome.

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Also known as “reorganization,” with Chapter 13 bankruptcy, the court devises a repayment plan, and as long as you adhere to it, you can keep your property. We're here to help you navigate the process and help you secure the most favorable terms possible.

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Protecting Your Assets

Dealing with bankruptcy can be an extremely overwhelming situation for anyone. It is not uncommon for people to feel lost or anxious. We can help you protect your assets and give you peace of mind.

Protect Your Assets
One of the First to Offer FREE Consultations

Free Bankruptcy and Personal Injury Consultations

Nearly 40 years ago, our bankruptcy firm was one of the first law practices to offer free consultations to potential bankruptcy clients. It is our mission to educate, inform and empower people about their legal options for dealing with debt. We believe information goes a long way toward helping with the stress of filing bankruptcy.

What to Do When You’re Behind on Mortgage and Car Payments

It’s never a great feeling when you’re falling behind on your mortgage or car payments. After all, your home and your car are two of your most important assets. Our experienced bankruptcy attorneys can help make sure you keep them.

What to Do When Behind on Payments

How to File an Adversary Proceeding for Student Loan Bankruptcy

There are many different kinds of debt and some types are more difficult to eliminate in bankruptcy than others. Student loan debt is one of the most difficult and complicated to discharge, but you may have options. Learn about what you can do here.

How to File an Adversary Proceeding

Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Chapter 11 is used primarily by businesses so they may continue operations as the bankruptcy process plays out. The court and your creditors must approve a reorganization plan to repay debts over time. This can be a lengthy and complicated process — and it's crucial to have an experienced bankruptcy attorney on your side.

Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Chapter 12 Bankruptcy

Chapter 12 is a unique type of bankruptcy specifically designed for "family farming" and "family fishing" enterprises. It allows greater flexibility in repayment plans due to the seasonal nature of these industries. We work closely with farmers and fishermen in Washington and Oregon.

Chapter 12 Bankruptcy

Qualifying for a Home Loan After Bankruptcy

Many people are hesitant to file for bankruptcy because they believe it will make it impossible to qualify for a home loan. While there are legitimate concerns about this, you can still get approved for a homeloan after a bankruptcy.

Qualifying for a Home Loan After Bankruptcy

What's the 341(a) First Meeting of Creditors?

A few weeks after your bankruptcy is filed, a hearing is held with your Bankruptcy Trustee. This is called the 341(a) First Meeting of Creditors. Learn all about what happens during this meeting, and how you can prepare youself for it.

What Happens at the 341(a) First Meeting of Creditors?

Purchasing a Vehicle in Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

When you're in Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you still need a vehicle to get around. Fortunately, even if you don't have one, there are a few ways you can purchase one. Learn about them here or call our law offices if you have any questions.

Purchasing a Vehicle in Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Improving Credit After Bankruptcy

Does filing for bankruptcy mean you'll have bad credit for the rest of your life? While the bankruptcy filing will stay on your credit record for seven to 10 years, the good news is you can regain good credit again.

Learn How to Improve Credit After Bankruptcy

What to Expect at Your Reaffirmation Hearing

Certain types of reaffirmation agreements must be reviewed by your judge to determine if they should be aproved or disapproved. To complete their review, the judge will hold an informal hearing where they can ask you questions about the loan.

What to Expect at Your Reaffirmation Hearing

What to Expect at Your Bankruptcy Consultation

If you're struggling with debt, now may be the right time to schedule a bankruptcy consultation. It's the first step in gaining back your finanical freedom. Get more information about what you need to bring and what to expect at your bankruptcy consultation.

What to Expect at Your Bankruptcy Consultation

Bankruptcy and
Back Rent

Unpaid rent is considered debt and is therefore dischargeable. However, there is one big difference between unpaid rent and other forms of debt – and that is your lease. In this article, we’ll discuss what you need to know about how filing for bankruptcy will affect owed rent and your living situation.

Bankruptcy and Back Rent

What to Do Before, During, and After Filing for Bankruptcy

While bankruptcy can be a great way to wipe away debt and start fresh, it's a very involved process that requires careful planning. Get the facts on what you can do before, during, and after to ensure you achieve the best possible outcome.
Before, During, and After Bankruptcy

Getting a Credit Card After Bankruptcy

Rebuilding your credit after bankruptcy is possible, and there are various tools and strategies to help you along the way. The right credit card can help or hinder the process, so it’s important to know all of the facts and have a plan.

Getting a Credit Card After Bankruptcy

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