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  • Is Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Right For You?

    Chapter 13 bankruptcy is a debt-restructuring plan in which you create a plan that specifies how you are going to repay your creditors. This is in contrast to Chapter 7 bankruptcy, under which you can receive a complete discharge of your debt, but you may lose non-exempt assets in the process. Basically, Chapter 13 bankruptcy […]

  • Chapter 11 Bankruptcy: The Debt Reorganization Plan

    The key feature of Chapter 11 bankruptcy is the debt reorganization plan, which can allow you to reduce the principal value of certain secured debts and convert some secured debt to unsecured debt. For example, if you own residential real estate and you owe $3 million in mortgages on these properties, but the properties are […]

  • What To Expect During Chapter 13 Bankruptcy in Oklahoma

    Chapter 13 is basically a debt repayment plan approved by a federal bankruptcy court and administered by a court-appointed bankruptcy trustee. Each bankruptcy case is different, but the following information is a general summary of what you can expect under Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Oklahoma: The Automatic Stay After you file your bankruptcy petition, your […]

  • Chapter 7 Bankruptcy: What To Expect At The 341 Meeting

    At the 341 meeting, you will be questioned regarding your financial position, while under oath and under the penalty of perjury. Your bankruptcy trustee, who will be appointed by the court to work in a fiduciary capacity on your behalf, will present these questions to you. Your bankruptcy attorney may accompany you to the 341 […]

  • What will my life look like during Chapter 7 bankruptcy?

    If it has become apparent that you should file Chapter 7 bankruptcy, or you begin planning to do so, you may be wondering what to expect while you are waiting to have your finances analyzed and your debt eliminated. Here is a glimpse into what your life will look like during Chapter 7 bankruptcy. When […]

  • Bankruptcy Court Hearings

    Bankruptcy is not to be taken lightly; it is a serious undertaking with significant benefits for those who use it wisely. Filing bankruptcy can help you keep your home and relieve yourself of overwhelming debt. However, along with these benefits come some serious responsibilities. Your bankruptcy petition and financial statements need to be filed accurately, […]

  • Common Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Mistakes

    When filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy, certain common mistakes can needlessly cost you money. Furthermore, some mistakes are illegal and they can prevent you from being able to eliminate your debts through bankruptcy. Here are seven of the most common mistakes made when filing chapter 7 Bankruptcy: Leaving creditors off of your bankruptcy petition. When you […]

  • Five Things You Need to Know Before Filing Bankruptcy

    Fairness under the law often leads to disappointed debtors who were unaware of the limitations of filing bankruptcy. In order to help you avoid unrealistic expectations, and to accomplish as much as the law allows, here are five things you need to know before filing bankruptcy. 1. What is the means test? Basically, the means […]

  • Limitations of Filing Bankruptcy For Debt Relief

    Federal bankruptcy law allows debtors to discharge certain debts in order to receive a fresh financial start. There are, however, limitations to what an individual can do under federal bankruptcy laws. This article discusses a few of the main limitations of filing bankruptcy for debt relief. Non-dischargeable Debts Federal bankruptcy law only allows you to […]

  • Bankruptcy vs. Debt Settlement

    If you are having serious financial troubles and believe filing bankruptcy is the only solution to your problems, you may be wrong. Federal bankruptcy laws have changed. It is now more difficult for consumers to qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, and Chapter 13 bankruptcy will not protect you against foreclosures, wage garnishments and lawsuits. Furthermore, […]

  • What is Chapter 11 Bankruptcy?

    Chapter 11 bankruptcy is a United States Bankruptcy Code provision that allows a distressed company (or individual) to reorganize debt in order to continue functioning while paying off creditors. The company’s goal under Chapter 11 bankruptcy is to eliminate debt while maintaining ownership of assets. Chapter 11 bankruptcy is typically used by businesses like American […]

  • Why Filing Bankruptcy Might Be The Best Thing You Ever Do

    Filing bankruptcy evokes numerous different concerns, but once you file bankruptcy you will enjoy several benefits that outweigh and address each of these concerns. What follows is a list of reasons why filing bankruptcy might be the best thing you ever do. 1. You can put your debt problem behind you. Once you file bankruptcy, […]

  • 10 Myths About Filing For Bankruptcy

    Many of the preconceived notions most people have about bankruptcy are simply false. Like most other things that people consider particularly frightening, bankruptcy gets a bad reputation based on half-truths. And much like other frightening ordeals, the truth is not as terrifying as previously thought. Here are 10 common myths about filing for bankruptcy: Myth […]

  • Is It Possible To Discharge Student Loans Through Bankruptcy?

    There are few common questions individuals and families ask regarding the discharge of student loans through bankruptcy: Can I file bankruptcy on my student loans? Are private student loans dischargeable? Are federal student loans dischargeable? The answer to each of these questions is yes, but only under certain conditions. Read on to learn the conditions […]

  • Seven Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Mistakes to Avoid

    When filing bankruptcy, certain mistakes may jeopardize your ability to eliminate all or most of your debt. In some cases, these mistakes may even deprive you of the chance to receive any discharge at all. An experienced bankruptcy attorney can help protect your interests throughout the bankruptcy process and help you avoid these seven common Chapter […]

  • New Bankruptcy Law Could Affect Students in Oklahoma

    Like most Americans, Oklahomans often equate the pursuit of higher education to the pursuit of a better life for themselves and their families. But recently, the cost of higher education, which rose 15% between the years 2008 and 2010, has become a huge problem for many, and the words “higher education” have become synonymous with […]

  • How Will Bankruptcy Affect My Job?

    Over the last several years, an increasing number of people in Oklahoma have found themselves filing bankruptcy due to unmanageable debt. Bankruptcy can be useful in helping you to restructure your debt and rebuild your finances. But how will bankruptcy affect your current job or future employment opportunities? The good news is, with some exceptions, […]

  • How To Rebuild Your Credit After Filing Bankruptcy in Oklahoma

    After years of struggling to pay your bills during the recent recession, you found yourself facing a mountain of debt and unable to keep up with your payments. You sought relief from harrowing creditors by filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. But now you have a black mark on your credit and you are unsure how […]

  • Doing Business After Bankruptcy in Oklahoma

    Doing Business After Bankruptcy in Oklahoma Doing business after bankruptcy may be more difficult, but it is far from impossible. Your business’ credit options may be severely limited after bankruptcy, but many of Oklahoma businesses have gone on to be successful and viable enterprises after having gone through bankruptcy. Business after bankruptcy will require you […]

  • Can I Stop Foreclosure With Bankruptcy?

    The alarming rise in the rate of foreclosures across the nations has been a familiar topic in the news over the last several years. Many families who never dreamed of being in this situation are struggling to keep their homes. For a large percentage of them, losing their home through foreclosure will become an unavoidable […]

  • Can I File Chapter 7 Bankruptcy and Keep My Car?

    You are an honest debtor but for various reasons have lost control over your finances and are behind in your car payments. You have decided that filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy today is the best option for a better life tomorrow. However, you need your car for work and you are concerned that if you lose […]

  • 5 Keys to Bankruptcy Success in Oklahoma

    The decision to file bankruptcy may be one of the most important financial decisions of your financial life. While it will provide you with a fresh start financially, it can also scar your credit history for a significant period of time. Success in bankruptcy means making sure that the advantages of filing bankruptcy outweighs its […]

  • The Main Features of Bankruptcy In Oklahoma

    There are several features of bankruptcy proceedings that are present in nearly in every case. The traditional features of bankruptcy proceedings include the trustee, automatic stays, executory contracts and the Meeting of Creditors. The new additions to this list are the Means Test and Credit Counseling, which were both established by the 2005 bankruptcy reforms. […]

  • The New Bankruptcy Laws: What They Mean for Oklahomans

    There is a widespread misconception amongst Oklahomans that with the new bankruptcy law of 2005 the average debtor lost the right to file bankruptcy, except in the most extreme circumstances. Although the new bankruptcy laws have made it more difficult for some to file bankruptcy, the average individual who finds himself overwhelmed by debt can […]

  • Oklahoma Bankruptcy Terms You Need to Know

    Bankruptcy is a lengthy process filled with words that the average individual will be unfamiliar with. To better understand and communicate with your attorney, it would be helpful to familiarize yourself with Oklahoma bankruptcy terms you will need to know. Automatic Stay As soon as you file for bankruptcy, an “automatic stay” goes into effect. […]

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