Payment Plans Let Filers Keep Homes, Cars
Are you buried neck deep in debt? Afraid of losing your home and property because of overwhelming debt? Inundated with creditor calls or living in fear of lawsuits and garnishments?
For people in need of debt relief in Oklahoma, a Tulsa bankruptcy attorney can help you explore the two bankruptcy options: Chapter 7 bankruptcy and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. This page discusses Chapter 13 Bankruptcy for Oklahomans.
Tulsa Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
The primary benefit of Chapter 13 Bankruptcy over Chapter 7 bankruptcy is that it can allow you to save your home or vehicle, even if you are significantly behind on your payments. It is also available to most people — even those who do not qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
If you live in Oklahoma (OK) and would like to know about your rights as a debtor or how to file for bankruptcy under Chapter 13 of the Bankruptcy Code, then Wirth Law Office can help you. Leave it to a Tulsa bankruptcy lawyer to handle Chapter 13 bankruptcy filings as well as other debtor-creditor related matters for you.
With our knowledge, expertise, years of experience, and commitment to helping clients like you, we will explore the many options available to you. We will help you determine whether you are entitled to the advantages of an Oklahoma Chapter 13 payment plan such as:
- Reduction of your debts;
- Keep your home even if you have defaulted on past mortgage payments;
- Keep your home even if it is in foreclosure;
- Immediate protection against wage garnishment; and
- Discharge some of your unsecured debts, which may include medical bills, credit cards, repossession deficiencies, and foreclosure deficiencies, through a repayment plan that is affordable for you.
If you would like to know whether Chapter 13 is the right bankruptcy for you or whether you qualify for relief under Chapter 13, talk to an Oklahoma bankruptcy attorney at Wirth Law Office. Don’t wait until it’s too late to get your questions answered about this important matter.
Free Bankruptcy Consultation
Learn about the various options available to you now. Contact Tulsa Oklahoma bankruptcy attorney James M. Wirth, Esq. at 918-879-1681.