Guns in Oklahoma Bankruptcy Cases

Guns in Oklahoma Bankruptcy are yours to keep but you have to disclose them to claim the exemption. When we prepare a client’s bankruptcy paperwork, we ask them about their assets, the…

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Garnishments in Bankruptcy

Stopping garnishments in bankruptcy happens everyday. Wage garnishments can occur automatically. They happen when government agencies like the IRS or other creditors think that you owe them money.  They can also occur…

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Debts Forgiven in Bankruptcy

While many debts forgiven in bankruptcy are discharged or restructured when you file for Oklahoma  bankruptcy, there are some that you’ll have to continue to pay in full. This is in addition…

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Is Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Right for You?

In recent years, more and more Americans have found themselves weighed down by significant debt. Struggling to pay bills and living expenses, dodging harassing phone calls, and losing sleep over financial worries…

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Foreclosure Attorneys in Tulsa

Are you behind on paying your mortgage? Are you currently facing the possibility of filing for bankruptcy? Bankruptcy can help you keep your home and forgive your debts. If you’re an Oklahoma…

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How to Stop Creditor Harassment

Are you receiving constant harrassment from credit collectors? Are credit collector using abusive language or threatening you with criminal charges for failing to pay an owed debt? Let our Oklahoma creditor harassment attorneys provide…

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Common Questions for Filing Bankruptcy in Tulsa

Filing bankruptcy can be overwhelming because it involves a mountain of paperwork.  There are also many opportunities to make critical mistakes. These can result in continuing liability for dischargeable debts; unnecessary delays while a…

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Is Filing Bankruptcy Right For Me?

If you re facing a financial crisis, its likely that you’re considering an Oklahoma bankruptcy. The question is filing bankruptcy right for me is a valid one. Filing for bankruptcy is a…

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Common Chapter 7 Questions

This blog post is the second installment in our two part blog post covering common chapter 7 bankruptcy questions. If you are drowning in debt and considering bankruptcy as a means to…

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Forgiving Back Taxes in Bankruptcy

Forgiving Back Taxes in Bankruptcy can  help those people who’ve experienced Tax debt.  The impact of being the target of the IRS harsh tax collection techniques can be devastating.  There are organizations…

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Common Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Questions

Common Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Questions are centered around debt forgiveness. Chapter 7 Bankruptcy provides a means for you to forgive the vast majority of unsecured debts. This can make income available to you…

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Immigration and Bankruptcy in Oklahoma

Immigration and Bankruptcy in Oklahoma can go together. Bankruptcy relief is available for U.S. citizens, lawful permanent residents, and undocumented immigrants alike. Often undocumented immigrants choose not to seek relief under the…

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Oklahoma Bankruptcy Means Test

The Oklahoma Bankruptcy Means Test helps you to know if you qualify. Many people who qualify don’t realize it and therefor don’t file. Several reasons may also explain this failure to file….

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Credit Score After Bankruptcy

Your credit score after bankruptcy is probably going to be better then you think. A great number of Oklahoman’s struggle for years paying minimum payments while interest and penalties mount.  They often…

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Can I Keep My Home After Bankruptcy?

Oklahoma has some of the most generous bankruptcy exemptions in the country. Our States bankruptcy exemptions allow Oklahomans, who are filing bankruptcy, to keep many of their personal assets. In particular Oklahoma…

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Automobile Exemption

In Oklahoma Bankruptcy Cases, you’re given an opportunity to protect certain assets by using bankruptcy exemptions. The most common exemptions are used for your home and your car.  There’s several other bankruptcy exemptions available…

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