Using Bankruptcy to Reinstate Your Drivers License in Oklahoma

Using Bankruptcy to Reinstate Your Drivers License

There are situations where failing to pay a judgement could result in your Oklahoma drivels license to be suspended. Using Bankruptcy to Reinstate Your Drivers License in Oklahoma is sometimes possible. There are many reasons and types of cases where a creditor gets a judgment against you. Most judgments that creditors get aren’t the kind that result in your Oklahoma drivers license being suspended….

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Can I File Bankruptcy Without My Spouse Filing

Can I file bankruptcy without my spouse

One of the most common questions married people ask me is can I file a bankruptcy without my spouse. A simple answer to this is yes. If you’re married filing a bankruptcy in Oklahoma its not a requirement that if one spouse files so must the other. But, like everything in bankruptcy its important you understand all the consequences and potential advantages involved depending…

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If You Cant Make Your Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Payment

Workers Comp and Bankruptcy in Oklahoma

If you cant make your chapter 13 bankruptcy payment there may still be hope. A chapter 13 requires that you make a monthly payment towards your debt. The amount of the chapter 13 bankruptcy payment depends on several different factors. One of those factors is your monthly disposable income. If you’ve filed a chapter 13 and cant meet the payment schedule there are some…

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Removing Liens on Your Home in Bankruptcy

Qualifying For An Oklahoma Bankruptcy

Removing Liens on your home in bankruptcy is an important part of the case. Sometimes when a creditor gets a judgment against you and you own a home they will place a lien on the title. With the help of an experienced Oklahoma bankruptcy attorney getting the lien removed is easy. Motion to Avoid Lien on my Home Removing liens on your home in…

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Asset Hearing in Oklahoma

Asset Hearing in Oklahoma

An asset hearing in Oklahoma is a tool used by creditors to collect debt. if there’s a money judgement against you the person holding the judgement is entitled to file a motion with the court setting the judgement for an asset hearing.  You will be required to attend the asset hearing and its normally held in the District Court in the County the debt…

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