How Can I Afford an Attorney? Part of My Job is to Show You How to Pay for My Services.
One of the most common questions I hear is how am I supposed to pay for your services if I am broke! One of the other things I hear a lot from my clients is that they very much appreciate the direct, non-sales type approach I take regarding payment of my fees. So hear my words:
“The truth is if you are like so many other bankruptcy clients you are less broke than you think and I’ll show you how you can afford my services. I offer a range of payment plans and options in both Chapter 13 and Chapter 7 cases. If you want to file a bankruptcy through my office and you qualify as a client I’ll accept, I will find a way to make bankruptcy affordable. If you don’t believe me, google my name and read my reviews. My past clients speak the truth about the level of commitment I have to all clients.”
Don’t Put the Cart Before the Horse
The most important part of bankruptcy is determining exactly what your needs are as a client. It is just like going to the doctor’s office—I won’t know what needs to be done until we meet and discuss your situation. This is why I offer free consultations for my bankruptcy clients. If you are considering bankruptcy in Oregon as an option, I’ll offer a free consultation for you as well. Call me at 503-928-3864 to schedule an initial meeting.
Once we figure out what your best course of action, I’ll show you how you can afford my services.
Flexible Payment Plans Available for Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Cases
I offer low down payment options and a range of flexible payment plans in both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 with verified income. I know how to get you to the light at the end of the tunnel, and part of getting you there is making this affordable for you.
How Can I Help
If you have crushing debts affecting your quality of life or if you see this reality in your future, your financial life is a maze. I help people who have become overwhelmed by the twists and turns of life’s financial maze, often through no fault of their own. At the end of the maze is financial security. Before you reach the end, you face numerous twists and turns—the financial decisions you have to make on a day-to-day basis. Some turns lead you closer to reaching financial security, but others just lead to dead ends.