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FREE CONSULTATIONS AVAILABLE NOW! Call 800-922-6500. Filing bankruptcy can provide incredible relief for your financial life. Our local bankruptcy attorneys can assist you in becoming debt free to best get you on track for a financially free life both today and tomorrow! We have worked with tens of thousands of good families and individuals who call wondering about their options in filing...

People in Portland, Oregon, who face complicated legal issues, involving bankruptcy and personal injury often require the assistance of a dedicated attorney. At the law offices of Olsen Daines Bankruptcy Attorneys, our practice is focused on representing those who are struggling with creditor harassment, repossession threats, license suspension, rebuilding credit and other financial issues. We...

I am attorney Christopher Kane, and from my law office in Portland, Oregon, Christopher J. Kane, P.C., I provide the practical advice and effective solutions you need to protect your finances, your family and your company for the future. An attorney since 1995, I established my law firm in 2005 as a way to better serve those throughout Multnomah County and the entire Willamette Valley region who...

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    In Bend, Oregon, when consumers are harassed by credit unions, banks, mortgage companies, credit-reporting agencies and collection agencies, they come to the law office of Olsen Daines Bankruptcy Attorneys to handle their case and provide a successful plan for a stable financial future. We handle matters of Chapter 7, Chapter 13, Chapter 11 and Chapter 12 bankruptcies for those who are struggling...

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