Is Filing Chapter 13 Bankruptcy the Right Decision for You?
Chapter 13 bankruptcy is for the adjustment of debts of an individual with regular income. At DebtKillerOK.com, we help clients with all aspects of bankruptcy law, from declaring bankruptcy to litigation and appeals. We have devoted our practice exclusively to bankruptcy law in order to provide the high-quality legal service and personal attention that our clients deserve.
When filing for bankruptcy, many of our clients are not sure what to expect. While no one wants to file for bankruptcy, it is a powerful tool that helps people get back on their feet and back in control of their finances. Chapter 13 bankruptcy can help you restructure tax debt, avoid foreclosure actions, and deal with out of control debt. The bankruptcy system is meant to give people an opportunity to pay back some of what they owe without losing everything.
Filing for bankruptcy can be a complicated procedure. Recent changes in the law may limit the possible resolutions to your case. It is now more difficult to qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. A means test helps to determine what debt can reasonably be repaid. We can help you gather the necessary information and apply the means test. There is some discretion for a judge to alter a final resolution based on extenuating circumstances. Large medical costs, workers’ compensation issues, and other unforeseen difficulties may change the bankruptcy decision in your case. It is important to have an experienced and knowledgeable bankruptcy lawyer to help you present your case.
Contact us today to schedule your FREE consultation. If you have further questions about filing for bankruptcy, please visit our bankruptcy information center.
From our offices in Oklahoma City and Lawton, we serve clients in Lawton, Altus, Enid, Norman, Edmond, Shawnee, Chickasha, Yukon, El Reno, Oklahoma City, Midwest City, Kingfisher, Canadian County, Cleveland County, and Logan County.
DebtKillerOK.com is a debt relief agency, and we help people file for bankruptcy.
For more resources on filing bankruptcy, please check out The United States Courts.