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Emergency Bankruptcy Filings

If you are at risk of losing your home to foreclosure or are facing another financial emergency, emergency bankruptcy measures are available to protect your interests. At The Law Offices of Alexzander C. J. Adams, P.C., we take the quickest action possible. To do so, we file a basic emergency filing that is drafted according to the requirements for legal action as outlined by state and federal laws.

We then supplement the filing with additional information as soon as we collect it from our clients. This includes lists of assets, credit reports, family budgets, bank statements, and pay stubs. If you own a business, we also may include profit and loss statements.

You may not know which steps to take, but we guide you through the debt-relief maze so that you can save your home and start over debt free. We serve clients throughout the greater Portland area, in places such as Hillsboro, Beaverton, and Gresham, providing comprehensive debt-relief services that help our clients achieve the best possible results.

When Is an Emergency Bankruptcy Filing Necessary?

An emergency filing can be a useful tool in many different situations, including the ones listed below:

  • You’re facing foreclosure. Filing for bankruptcy creates an automatic stay, which prevents the bank from foreclosing on your home. Filing for bankruptcy, even a day before the foreclosure sale, can effectively stop the sale.
  • You’re facing repossession of your vehicle. Losing a car has more than just financial consequences. If you don’t live near public transportation, it can mean losing the ability to get to the places you need to go, such as to your job or to see family members. People who face car repossession often face other problems, too, like bills that pile up during unemployment. If you file for bankruptcy, you can stop repossession.
  • You’ve got a court hearing scheduled. If you receive a summons to appear at a hearing related to wage garnishment or garnishment of your checking account, filing for bankruptcy stops the hearing from occurring.

Contact a Beaverton Emergency Bankruptcy Filings Lawyer

To get started, schedule a free and confidential consultation at no obligation. Call us at 503-278-5400 or toll free at 888-560-8146. You may also complete our online contact form. Our law office is located in Beaverton, just outside of Portland, Oregon.