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Bankruptcy Appraisal – Nathan Bernhardt Home appraisals, for any use, usually cause a bit of discomfort and distress, with the homeowner hoping for a favorable outcome, unsure of who is going to actually perform the appraisal, and uncertainty about how unfinished projects and minor repairs will affect the value. Appraisals for bankruptcy can be even more nerve-racking, as creditors can be scary and demanding, large dollar figures are at stake, and procedures and timelines become very confusing. Chapter 7, Chapter 13, means tests, credit counseling, payment plans, hearings, and trustees…most of us are not experienced with these types of things regularly.
We work with homeowners and attorneys directly, in order to communicate effectively and shorten the process of appraisal completion. The efficiency utilized at Bernhardt Bernhardt Appraisal, including smart, inexpensive, mobile technologies and low-overhead mandates (mostly related to staff and location), allow us to offer appraisals at a lower cost than our competitors. We will provide a superior analysis, at a lower price.
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Bankruptcy Resources in Portland, Oregon
When filing for bankruptcy, a Bankruptcy Appraisal may be one of the most important things you should do. Transparent records of your income and finances are important, the more accurate the better.Justia Lawyers - Bankruptcy Lawyers in Oregon
Oregon State Bar - Oregon State Bar Association
Multnomah County Bar - mba Multnomah Bar Association
Washington County Bar - Washington County Bar Association
Clackamas County Bar/ - Clackamas County Bar Association
- Key factors when considering bankruptcy
Justia Lawyers - Bankruptcy Lawyers in Oregon
NOLO LAW ALL - Bankruptcy Lawyers Search
Lawyers.com- Bankruptcy Law Attorneys
FindLaw - Portland Oregon Lawyer Search
HG.org - Legal Resources
LexisNexis - Legal & Professional
How to file for Bankruptcy - WikiHow
Oregon Courts Resources - Self-Help Resources
When to Consider Bankruptcy?- credit.com
Bankruptcy NEWS for Oregon
OregonLive.com - 2 weeks ago
Many people who can't pay what they owe are better off skipping debt settlement and filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, which erases credit card balances, medical bills, personal loans and many...
East Oregonian - 9 hours ago
... to the bankruptcy paperwork, which includes almost $244,000 in federal back taxes stemming from the Wtechlink money he used but never declared as income, another $76,000 in state taxes, and more...
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