Bend, OR:

Milly Whatley, P.C. Attorney at Law

Milly Whatley, P.C. Attorney at Law
  • Bend, OR
  • 2445 N.E. Division St., Suite 202, Bend, OR 97703
  • A law firm established in 2001 practicing Bankruptcy and Student Loans.
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About our Bend, OR: office

From our office in Bend, Oregon, attorney Milly Whatley of Milly Whatley, P.C. helps individuals and businesses throughout Central Oregon seek relief from creditors and overwhelming debt by filing for bankruptcy or by pursuing other forms of debt relief.

In today's economy, the number of bankruptcies are on the rise, as more people are seeking the protection offered by bankruptcy for their home, personal assets, or business. Many attorneys are entering this field for the first time, and firms from out of town are marketing themselves in Bend, without a local presence. Milly Whatley is a local attorney with bankruptcy experience; she has been handling bankruptcies from her office in Bend for over ten years.

Every bankruptcy is different. At Milly Whatley, P.C., we take the time to understand your unique situation and work with you to obtain the best possible result. Milly sets aside a full hour to meet personally with each new client, explain the bankruptcy process, and answer all questions. Clients leave the initial consultation with written instructions explaining exactly what steps to take next. When bankruptcy documents have been prepared, we don't hand them to the client with “sign here” stickers. Milly meets with the client to review and sign the papers so that both she and the client can be comfortable that the documents filed with the Bankruptcy Court are complete and accurate.

Although we are a law firm focused on bankruptcy, we will never try to push you into filing for bankruptcy when it is not your best option. We have the knowledge and experience to know when other alternatives may be better, and we will candidly tell you so in our initial meeting. Please stop by or make an appointment to come see us, and see what a difference personal, individualized attention from an experienced, local bankruptcy attorney can make in your case. Contact Milly Whatley, P.C.

Milly Whatley, P.C. provides assistance in chapter 7, Chapter 11, Chapter 12, and Chapter 13 bankruptcy in the Oregon counties of Deschutes, Jefferson, Crook, Harney, and Wheeler, and in the cities and towns of Bend, Redmond, Sisters, La Pine, Sunriver, Madras, Warm Springs, Prineville, Powell Butte, Burns, Hines, Fossil and Mitchell.

Milly Whatley is an attorney who is characterized by federal law as a "debt relief agency." This is because she helps people file for relief under the bankruptcy code. She has proudly done so since 2001.

Office Details

Contact Information:
541-550-7894  Phone
541-312-5392  Phone
541-312-8334  Fax
Mailing Address:
2445 N.E. Division St., Suite 202, Bend, OR 97703
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Specific Areas of Practice for our Bend office:

  • Bankruptcy.
  • Bankruptcy Chapter 11
  • Bankruptcy Chapter 12
  • Bankruptcy Chapter 13
  • Bankruptcy Chapter 7
  • Business Reorganization
  • Business Bankruptcy
  • Student Loans
  • Garnishments

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Bend, Oregon

  • Bend, OR
    2445 N.E. Division St., Suite 202
    Bend, OR 97703

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