Estate planning is not simply a process of assigning your assets to recipients; but rather an opportunity to carefully structure a plan that reflects your personal goals and spiritual beliefs. A plan that ensures your care and the care of your loved ones during all stages of life, including times of mental incapacity, physical absence and ultimately passing. Christensen Law's Estates practice includes:
Wills and Trusts
Guardianships and Conservatorships
The use of debt to accomplish personal goals has never been more prominent than now. Student loans, home mortgages and credit card debt can easily become unmanageable in the event of a personal crisis such as a medical emergency or job loss. Christensen Law's Financial Distress practice provides clients with practical legal representation, from negotiating with creditors, to filing for federal bankruptcy protection. Christensen Law represents consumers in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies, and is devoted to helping clients achieve a financial fresh start.
Businesses should be doing business.
Small businesses are the heart of every local economy and that is why Christensen Law is determined to provide straightforward, cost-conscious legal representation so that doing business is all you are doing.
Christensen Law has experience reviewing, drafting, and negotiating on your behalf an array of contracts including financial instruments, purchase and sale agreements, commercial leases, IP agreements, shareholder agreements, and many others.
Christensen Law guides entrepreneurs through every stage of formation, including entity selection, registration with federal, state, and local authorities; corporate governance and advises on trade practice compliance.
WHITNEY C. CHRISTENSEN
Gregory graduated from the University of Northern Illinois with high honors in June, 1971. He then worked for two years with Campus Crusade for Christ at the Oregon State and Western Oregon campuses. He graduated in 1977 from the University of Oregon School of Law. He was admitted to the Oregon State Bar in September, 1977, and worked as a law clerk in the federal courts in Eugene, Oregon, before establishing his law office in Corvallis in 1978. He was appointed to serve as a Chapter 7 Banktruptcy Trustee that same year and served on the Trustee Panel for 14 years. Gregory enjoys assisting consumers with personal financial difficulties, as well as small businesses in financial distress. Gregory's general practice also includes Business Organization and Start-Ups, Civil Litigation, Real Estate Transactions, Estate Planning and Probate Practice. Find out more by visiting: www.gjcesquire.com
GREGORY J. CHRISTENSEN
Whitney graduated with honors from Northwestern School of Law at Lewis and Clark College and obtained both state and federal court experience working at the Oregon Department of Justice and U.S. Attorney's Office. Whitney also worked at the Small Business Legal Clinic assisting Portland startups with corporate and IP matters. Whitney began her business and estate planning practices in her hometown of Corvallis at Smith, Davison & Brasier, PC. Whitney then began working at the Law Office of Gregory J. Christensen where she has been mentored in the practice of bankruptcy law. After becoming a new parent, Whitney founded Christensen Law to provide clients with legal representation that is approachable, easy to understand, and cost-conscious,
so families and businesses have their legal needs met without sacrificing significant time and money.
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