Michael Shurtleff is one of the most active bankruptcy attorneys in Oregon. He has helped hundreds of families deal with their debt issues. Michael's driving passion is streamlining and modernizing the bankruptcy process so it is as simple as possible for every client.
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One easy payment plan. $250 down and $100/month to pay the remaining court filing fee and attorney fees.
- Oregon State Bar
- ID Number: 095070
- Willamette University College of Law
- J.D. (2009) | Debtor/Creditor Law
- Brigham Young University
- B.A. (1997) | Political Science
- Q. Can I bankrupt one item from my credit - an eviction?
- A: Dear Asker, The good thing is that most of us (bankruptcy attorneys) provide free consultations regarding all types of debt issues. Based on your question there is a lot to discuss and brainstorm about and you will definitely come away feeling more empowered about this eviction situation and have a clear idea of your options and steps you might want to take. Give one of us a call :).
- Q. My attorney won't return my calls. I've already paid her for bankruptcy services.
- A: Dear Asker, If you can not get ahold of your attorney via her phone or email you can contact the Oregon State Bar about reaching out to her to resolve any misunderstanding or fee dispute. https://www.osbar.org/feedisputeresolution You can call oregon legal aid to discuss potential free bankruptcy if you qualify for their services. https://lasoregon.org/locations/
- Q. I have a notice of foreclosure with a sale date of March 18th if I pay the past due amount of $13, 000 Wil it reinstate
- A: Yes - but I warn/highly encourage you to contact the foreclosure trustee or attorney and ask them for an up to date reinstatement quote when you are ready to reinstate and ask them for instructions as to where to send the reinstatement funds. If you just make a lump sum payment to the loan servicer there may be processing issues and if you are even a dollar short they may still validly hold the foreclosure sale.