Do I Need a Lawyer To File Bankruptcy

Do I Need a Lawyer To File Bankruptcy

In the age of do it yourself everything a common question I get is do I need a lawyer to file bankruptcy. The answer to the question depends on your patience and ability to meet the requirements of the court. While the Court allows you to file without an attorney there are certain hurdles you need to be aware of. Which Chapter of Bankruptcy…

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Tulsa Bankruptcy: What Not to Do Before Filing

Tulsa Bankruptcy: What Not to Do Before Filing

In Tulsa bankruptcy: what not to do before filing is an important question.  Deciding to file a Bankruptcy is one of the most emotional and stressful decisions that you will face in your life.  The complexity of the process leads many people to do things in before filing that they wouldn’t normally do.  With this said your best course of action is to make…

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Questions The Chapter 7 Trustee Will Ask.

Questions The Chapter 7 Trustee Will Ask

There are questions the chapter 7 trustee will ask. After you file your chapter 7 or chapter 13 bankruptcy case we attend a meeting at court. The meeting is called the 341 meeting of the creditors. Its held in the Federal Bankruptcy building in the district your case is filed. Many clients are stressed about this meeting. They fear the questions the chapter 7…

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Ok Bankruptcy Law and Child Support

Ok bankruptcy law and child support

OK Bankruptcy Law and Child Support is clear. You will never be able to forgive past child support by filing a bankruptcy. This also applies to any child support you’ll owe going forward. Cant Forgive Child Support in Bankruptcy The decision on what debts are forgiven in bankruptcy is done by the legislature. Not only does the legislature decide which debts are forgiven they also…

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Oklahoma Lawyer Explains Reasons to Reaffirm

Oklahoma Lawyer explains reasons to reaffirm

Each day our Oklahoma Lawyer explains reasons to reaffirm. Almost every new client who wants to file chapter 7 bankruptcy in Oklahoma doesn’t want to file “against” something. What the client means to say is that they would like to keep their house, or their car. When filing bankruptcy, it is impossible to “not file against” an item that you would like to keep….

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