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April 2015 Archives

How does Chapter 13 work for a small business?

The ability to run a small business is a dream come true for many people, and can be a rewarding experience. Unfortunately, many small business owners in Eugene are experiencing financial difficulties due to today’s tough economy. It can be heartbreaking if you’re thinking about shutting down your beloved company because you aren’t able to pay the bills. Fortunately, there are some options that you can consider before closing the doors for good on your small business.

Chapter 7 bankruptcy: pros and cons

If you’re trying to manage overwhelming debt, you’re not alone. Many individuals and families in Eugene are facing crippling debt through circumstances that may not be their fault. As we’ve discussed previously, financial hardship can hit suddenly through unemployment, an injury or unexpected illness. At the Law Office of Kim Covington, we strive to help people who are struggling with debt. One method that has been effective for countless people is Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

Many people find affordable health care not so affordable

Often we’ve discussed the problem of insurmountable medical debt in this blog. Health care has become so problematic for people in Oregon as well as the rest of the country, that it’s been a hot topic for reform for many years. Even now after the Affordable Care Act, many people have been struggling to manage their medical debt.

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Eugene Office
1445 Willamette Street, Suite 9
Eugene, OR 97401

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Albany Office
1135 Dale Street SE, Suite #B
Albany, OR 97321

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Roseburg Office
1701 West Harvard, Suite 201
Roseburg, OR 97470

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Phone: 541-393-2790
Toll Free: 800-673-1891
Fax: 541-344-6466
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