Bankruptcy Lawyer Serving Creek County & Tulsa County, Oklahoma
Call (918) 223-3044 to Find Experienced, Trusted Bankruptcy Help
Are you thinking about filing for bankruptcy? You are not alone. Not only
are thousands of other people in the same situation, but you can have
an experienced and knowledgeable bankruptcy attorney guide you to debt
relief. When you need a fresh financial start, it is imperative that you
secure the representation of
G. Gene Thompson, Attorney at Law as soon as possible.
Why can you be confident choosing Attorney Thompson? He:
- Provides personalized, respectful, one-on-one service
- Understands local laws, having handled cases in dozens of Oklahoma counties
- Has 15 years' experience in business management
You are never in too deep. With the right legal counsel at your side, there
will always be options for you. Attorney Thompson is passionate about
providing support to people facing financial difficulties. He knows how
to clarify complex issues and legalese, and he
tailors his practice to each person's unique bankruptcy case. A trusted and experience professional, Gene is the preferred choice in
Creek County and Tulsa County communities.
Make the smart choice—choose to work with his firm today!
Get started by discussing your options in a bankruptcy case evaluation.
Filing for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Creek County, OK
When it comes to eliminating consumer debts, filing for
Chapter 7 bankruptcy can be the best option for some people. Chapter 7, also known as liquidation
bankruptcy, refers to the legal process of selling some of your assets,
and using the profit to pay off unsecured debt.
For the most part,
Chapter 7 bankruptcy could allow you to emerge nearly 100% debt free! In all, the process only takes a few months, and you could have your
fresh start. That being said, the Chapter 7 discharge cannot eliminate
debts incurred from: student loans, personal injury liability, criminal
activity or conviction, and court or legal fees.
To determine your eligibility to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, it is encouraged that you
speak with a skilled Tulsa County bankruptcy lawyer. With the help of a legal professional, you can determine if you qualify
for bankruptcy by taking, and passing, a means test.
Filing for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy in Tulsa County, OK
In some situations, filing for
Chapter 13 bankruptcy will be ideal for a consumer debtor. Also known as "wage earner bankruptcy,"
Chapter 13 allows a debtor to create a repayment plan in order to slowly
eliminate debt over a given period of time.
Once a repayment plan is created, the debtor will need to get their plan
approved by the bankruptcy trustee. Upon approval, the debtor can start
paying off any debt in a more manageable manner. This typically lasts
three to five years, during which time
processes such as creditor lawsuits, foreclosure, etc. are put to a stop. Chapter 13 protection can help you get back on your feet, keep your property,
and quickly move forward to rebuilding your credit.
Chapter 13 can be a great option if you do not qualify for Chapter 7, or
if you have the financial means to start paying off a portion of your debt.
Talk to a dedicated Creek County bankruptcy attorney today to see if you qualify!
Call (918) 223-3044 to discuss your debt relief options in Oklahoma!
When you retain the representation of G. Gene Thompson, Attorney at Law,
practicing exclusively at Stinnett Law, you can rest assured that your
rights and interests will be strongly advocated for by a skilled and knowledgeable
lawyer. Without this bankruptcy lawyer’s
professionalism, experience and unmatched guidance by your side, you might file incorrectly and risk your financial future.
You can ill afford mistakes.
With more than 15 years of experience in business management, Gene has
an extensive working knowledge of all things financial. From tax laws
to future planning, he can use his unique, real-world experience to help
you get out of a difficult financial situation.
No matter how tough your situation may seem, a bankruptcy lawyer can help
you find a creative solution. Talk to Gene about your situation:
Schedule a case review