Garnishments and Oklahoma Bankruptcy Law

Garnishments and Oklahoma Bankruptcy Law

Garnishments and Oklahoma Bankruptcy Law are settled by years of case law. Garnishments represent some of the most difficult situations you can face. As if its not difficult enough meeting your bills a garnishments crushes your efforts. Sometimes it seems like fighting the garnishment is the best way to get rid of it. Truth is that its very difficult. Once the creditor gets the…

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What happens to my tax refund in Bankruptcy

Can I Keep My Tax Return? If you file bankruptcy and you are entitled to a tax refund the Trustee in your case can assert an interest in the refund.  Because he can take a part of it doesnt mean that he or she will.  First thing to consider is that certain parts of the tax refund are exempt.  An example of an exemption…

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Oklahoma Automobile Exemption

Can I Keep My Car in Bankruptcy: In chapter 7 Bankruptcy Cases, Debtor(s)’ are given an opportunity to protect certain assets through Exemptions, which assets may include the Debtor(s)’ primary residence and other personal property such as furnishings and clothing. The U.S. Bankruptcy Code provides a list of uniformed exemptions, however most states have the option of opting out and providing for its own…

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Jurisdiction and Oklahoma Bankruptcy Exemptions

To qualify for a chapter 7 or 13 the debtor must first meet some jurisdictional requirements. That is, you must have lived in Oklahoma for two years and in the county in which the bankruptcy petition is being filed for six months prior to the bankruptcy being filed. If you don’t meet the two year requirement you can still file the bankruptcy in Oklahoma…

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Oklahoma Bankruptcy Law Exemptions

Qualifying For An Oklahoma Bankruptcy

Oklahoma bankruptcy law exemptions are what keeps your property safe in a bankruptcy. We file a lot of bankruptcy petitions here at EZ Oklahoma Bankruptcy. People come in to our Tulsa Bankruptcy law office for an initial interview, and some of the big concerns that we hear pertain to what property can be kept. Common Questions Bankruptcy Exemptions: I’m ready to file chapter 7…

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