Many people who are deeply in debt struggle to identify when their debts became unmanageable. One day, things seemed under control. The next, their lives were chaos.
Who are facing financial difficulty, by helping them file for bankruptcy and find financial relief. Regardless of how you got into debt, our lawyers can help you lessen your burden using proven debt management strategies.
Eliminate Debts Forever | Owasso Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Attorney
Our law firm provides financial relief to clients using Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 of
the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. We use the following tools to solve our clients’ financial problems:
We help people eliminate debts through Chapter 7 bankruptcy, often without losing cherished assets to liquidation. While this type of bankruptcy is a good choice for many indebted clients, not everyone qualifies, and other bankruptcy solutions may be a better fit.
We help people file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, so they can restructure their debts and eliminate them under a supervised three- to five-year debt repayment plan. If you have assets you wish to keep or have enough income that you can eventually pay off your debts if given enough time, this option is worth considering.
One Size Does Not Fit All In Bankruptcy | Let Us Help You Make The Right Choice
Some law firms offer only a single bankruptcy solution. At Baysinger Henson Reimer Shaddix PLLC, our attorneys understand that every client’s financial problem is different. If a law firm recommends only one bankruptcy solution for every financial problem, that law firm may be more interested in its own needs than in yours.
The solution that we recommend will be the one that best solves your problem, whether it involves a loan modification, a bankruptcy, or another different option. In certain situations, a negotiation and settlement with a creditor may be appropriate as an alternative to bankruptcy.
We will be with you every step of the way, explaining your legal options, communicating with you about your progress, and keeping you in charge of your financial future.Tags: debt struggle