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The Law Office of Kim Covington - Eugene, OR

1445 Willamette Street, Suite 9 Eugene, OR 97401

Updated: 03/11/2022

Eugene Bankruptcy Law Firm


Do you really need a bankruptcy lawyer?

If you're on this site, then you are considering bankruptcy. This means, by default, you may be uncomfortable with adding the cost of an attorney to the financial, emotional, and even spiritual cost of declaring insolvency.
However, a good bankruptcy attorney's purpose is to ease the pain, ease the stress, and help you navigate this troubling time in the easiest manner possible.

It begins with the exhaustive process of assessing your debts...

About The Law Office of Kim Covington

Practice Areas

  • Bankruptcy


Offers Free Initial Consultation

Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information


1445 Willamette Street, Suite 9 Eugene, OR 97401

Office Hours

Monday - Friday 9 to 6; weekends upon request


  • 541-344-6466

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