More Than 23 Years Of Experience
Christopher J. Kane
I am attorney Christopher Kane, and from my law office in Portland, Oregon, Christopher J. Kane, P.C., I provide the practical advice and effective solutions you need to protect your finances, your family and your company for the future.
An attorney since 1995, I established my law firm in 2005 as a way to better serve those throughout Multnomah County and the entire Willamette Valley region who have legal needs involving any of the following:
- Bankruptcy and debt relief options
- Estate planning
- Business start-up services
- Real estate law and transactions
As an Oregon native, I have a genuine concern about the important legal matters that affect the members of my community, and I promise to work closely with you in order to fully understand your situation so that I can best serve your needs.
With more than 23 years of experience in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy law, I can explain all options you have available for debt relief and help set you on a path to a more stable financial future. I also provide comprehensive estate plans to help you establish your final wishes and create a lasting legacy for your loved ones.
In addition, I offer unmatched legal counsel for entrepreneurs looking to form their companies the right way, the first time. Those who invest in real estate through sheriff’s sales can rely on me for assistance and support throughout the process.
For the highest level of representation and service from a local attorney you can trust, look no further than Christopher J. Kane, P.C. To discuss your needs with no risk, you can contact my law office to schedule a free initial consultation.
I am a debt relief agent. I help people file for bankruptcy relief under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.
Current Employment Position
- Oregon, 1995
- Oregon State Bar, Member, 1995
- Snyder & Associates, Associate Attorney, 2001 to 2005
Lewis and Clark College Northwestern School of Law, Portland, Oregon
- Juris Doctor - 1994
Portland State University
- Major: Economics