Chapter 7

Do You Need a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Attorney in Creek County, OK?

Tireless Pursuit of Your Financial Freedom, Call 918-223-3044

If you and your family have fallen into financial troubles, G. Gene Thompson, Attorney at Law, understands the insurmountable debt that you are facing and may be able to help. He believes that you are never in too deep, and will tirelessly pursue effective answers to your problems. As a passionate debt relief professional, Gene's advocacy is also backed by his ability to creatively problem solve and strategize practical solutions.

Certain criteria must be met in order to petition for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. 
To find out if you qualify, contact Gene today to request a free case evaluation

No payment plan required!

The most common form of bankruptcy, Chapter 7 bankruptcy provides a way to liquidate your assets, pay off your debts, and gain a fresh financial start. When choosing to file Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you can rest assured that no repayment plan will be required of you. Individuals who file for a liquidation bankruptcy usually do not have the adequate income or assets to pay off all their creditors.

Chapter 7 bankruptcy provides the means to pay off most of your bills and discharge your unsecured debt. Gene can help you prove that you are qualified for this debt relief to the court of law and help ensure that you are completely educated about the details of Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Utilize his personalized approach and years of experience for your benefit.

Quick, Efficient Debt Resolution and Legal Protection

One of the benefits of Chapter 7 bankruptcy is that it is relatively quick and efficient. Petitioning for Chapter 7 bankruptcy immediately provides legal protection to halt harassing credit agency phones calls, stop wage garnishments, and prevent lawsuits from being filed against you.

Additionally, federal and Oklahoma regulations protect certain assets from being liquidated to pay off your creditors. These exempted assets can include:

  • Personal vehicles (up to a specific value)
  • Social security benefits
  • 401k plans

Supportive Counsel for a Complex Process

Though filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy provides a relatively swift solution to a deft crisis, it still involves numerous and complicated rules and regulations. As an experienced Creek County bankruptcy lawyer, Gene knows how to make complex procedures easier for you.

You can be confident that he will leave no question unanswered and no concern unaddressed. Gene is passionate about your financial well-being and will do everything he can to give you the peace of mind that you deserve.

Retain our Chapter 7 bankruptcy attorney today!

If you are considering bankruptcy, it is imperative that you retain the assistance of a lawyer who will aggressively pursue your best interests and be sensitive to your situation. Gene will guide you through the legal process and use his skills and experience on a very personalized basis to optimize the outcome of your legal matter. Through the hard times, Gene will be there.

In order to receive the personalized attention, extensive experience, and responsive assistance you need, contact G. Gene Thompson, Attorney at Law.

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