Tulsa Bankruptcy Should I File

How Do I know if an Oklahoma Bankruptcy is right for me? This is a question that most of my potential clients ask when they call our Tulsa Lawyers with bankruptcy questions.  Although I understand my bankruptcy clients concerns the question is one that can only be answered by looking to the clients individual circumstances based on a totality of their particular situation.  Below…

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Questions The Chapter 7 Trustee Will Ask.

Oklahoma bankruptcy Questions Asked at your 341 Hearing: 1.  Do you swear or affirm to tell the truth. 2.  Please state your name for the record. 3.  Trustee will review your driver license and social security card to make   sure they are in agreement with whats found in your petition. 4.  How long have you lived in the State of Oklahoma. 5.  How long…

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Workers Comp and Bankruptcy

Will I Lose my Settlement Funds in Bankruptcy: This deals with a question I have been asked by many of my Bankruptcy clients who are going to or have already been awarded a settlement in a Oklahoma Workers Compensation case or some other type personal injury case. In an Oklahoma chapter 7 Bankruptcy,  assets that you own will be considered either exempt assets or non-exempt assets.  If…

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Ok Bankruptcy Law and Child Support

Child Support and Bankruptcy Law: As a Tulsa Lawyer who does both divorce and Oklahoma Bankruptcy the issue of discharging back or current child support is often asked.  The fact is that under Oklahoma Bankruptcy law,  Child support and or alimony is not dis-chargeable in either a chapter seven or a chapter 13 Bankruptcy in Oklahoma. What this means to you if you are the obligor of…

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Forclosure and Bankruptcy Law Oklahoma

Tulsa Bankruptcy Law and Foreclosure In a large portion of the chapter 7 bankruptcy  and Oklahoma chapter 13 bankruptcy cases I do the client owns a house and doesn’t know if they should keep the house or simply walk away and discharge the debt. The way I approach the question is to ask the bankruptcy client to consider the consequences of all the options available. …

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