February 18, 2020


Eugene Bankruptcy Lawyer

Tom Butcher, Attorney at Law

Tom Butcher, Attorney at Law

Welcome to Butcher Law Office, LLC, a full-service bankruptcy practice serving Eugene, Springfield, and the surrounding areas.  As a bankruptcy lawyer, I focus on both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy for consumers. I assist clients in the entire bankruptcy process, from pre-bankruptcy planning to completing and filing bankruptcy petitions and attending all necessary hearings. I have helped clients obtain a fresh start through the bankruptcy process, and provide a means for clients to start rebuilding their future. Through the bankruptcy process, my clients are able to:

  • Stop Foreclosures
  • Stop Garnishments
  • Eliminate Credit Card and Medical Debt
  • Avoid Vehicle Repossessions
  • Stop Harassing Phone Calls from Creditors
  • Reduce Unhealthy Stress
  • Obtain a Fresh Financial Start

A Compassionate Bankruptcy Lawyer

My philosophy as a bankruptcy lawyer at Butcher Law Office, LLC is simple. It is to provide the very best, one-on-one experience for my clients in Eugene, Springfield, and beyond. I believe in individual client attention as opposed to some of the larger bankruptcy firms that view bankruptcy more as a mechanical process. I strive to provide a compassionate, respectful, and inviting environment for clients, and know that clients appreciate this during what can easily be a very stressful time in their lives. As a bankruptcy lawyer, my experience and approach is client-centered. This allows me to provide a very welcoming and effective bankruptcy service to clients in Eugene, Springfield, and beyond.

A Sensitive and Pragmatic Approach to Bankruptcy

In the vast majority of bankruptcy cases, I provide bankruptcy services at a flat rate.  My fees are lower than most of the bankruptcy firms around.  Based on the circumstances of your case, I will provide a reasonable bankruptcy fee quote during our initial in-office consultation.  As a bankruptcy lawyer, I know you have options.  I strive to provide the most competent and affordable bankruptcy service to my clients.  I know this is not an easy process or decision for clients to make to file bankruptcy, but I strive to make the process less stressful and as straightforward as possible for my clients.

Contact A Chapter 7 And 13 Bankruptcy Lawyer Serving Clients in Eugene & Springfield | Free Consultations And Flexible Hours

Butcher Law Office, LLC is based in Eugene, Oregon. Bankruptcy Lawyer Tom Butcher represents clients from many Oregon communities, including Eugene, Springfield, Coburg, Creswell, Veneta, Elmira, Santa Clara, Thurston, Vida, Walton, Cottage Grove, Junction City, Harrisburg, Lowell, McKenzie River, Florence, Roseburg, Salem, Albany,  Oakridge, Westfir, University of Oregon, Fern Ridge, Lebanon, Corvallis, Salem, Coos Bay, New Port, Florence, Drain, Sutherlin, Brownsville, Monroe, Sweet Home, and many other Oregon communities.

Pursuant to 11 U.S. Code § 528: "I am a debt relief agency. I help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code."

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