The U.S. Bankruptcy Court will charge a $310 fee for filing a Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Oregon.
The Oregon & Washington lawyers of Baxter & Baxter, LLP, charge as little as $3,200 for a typical chapter 13 bankruptcy. The fee is often paid over time (sometimes the entire duration of the repayment plan. Every case is different, and the fee may differ depending on anticipated issues. As with Chapter 7 bankruptcy, we can work out a payment plan, including advising consumers on how to postpone payment of certain bills to gather the funds to file for bankruptcy.
$18.5 Million Verdict against Equifax in Credit Reporting Case (Julie Miller v. Equifax Information Services, LLC, 2013)
$100,000 Jury Verdict in Fair Debt
Collection Practices Act Case (2010)
$95,000 Jury Verdict in Unlawful Collection Harassment Case (Edwards v. The Rental Store, Inc. 2010)
$107,000 Verdict in Injury Case (2008)
$200,000 Verdict against Equifax in Credit Reporting Case (Valentine v. Equifax Information Services, LLC, 2007)
$210,000 Verdict against Equifax in Credit Reporting Case (Kirkpatrick v. Equifax Information Services, LLC, 2005)
$5.3 Million Verdict against Trans Union (Thomas v. Trans Union, LLC, 2002)
$600,000 Verdict against TRW (predecessor to Experian Information Solutions, Inc.) (Jorgensen v. TRW, Inc. 1998)
$1 Million Verdict against Carr Chevrolet in Unlawful Trade Practices Act Case (Parrott v. Carr Chevrolet, Inc. 1995)
*Verdicts not intended to be representative. Outcomes vary based upon specific circumstances of each case.