Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy ?

This site is designed to help individuals find information about personal bankruptcy law who are burdened or overwhelmed by debt. To start, we recommend that you read the Bankruptcy 101 section. Here, you will learn if you are a good candidate for bankruptcy, pros and cons of filing for personal bankruptcy, alternatives to bankruptcy, Chapter 7 vs. Chapter 13, what happens to assets such as your car and home, your credit after bankruptcy, what happens at court, and more.

If you decide after reading Bankruptcy Basics that you are a good candidate, we recommend that you fill out the online consultation. Next, we will contact you and answer any remaining questions you have.

Choosing an Oklahoma Bankruptcy Attorney

When choosing an Oklahoma bankruptcy attorney you should have confidence that your attorney will be kind, courteous, easily accessible and have excellent bankruptcy skills. We invite you see what others have said about our Tulsa, Oklahoma practice by reading the Client Testimonials.

We hope this is helpful, and always feel free to give us a call to speak with an experienced Oklahoma bankruptcy attorney.

Bankruptcy Filings since the law change in October 2005
Year Oklahoma USA
2006 7,145 617,660
2007 9,127 850,912
2008 11,224 1,117,771
2009 14,209 1,473,675
2010 14,980 1,593,081

What if I have filed before ?

There is no limit on the number of bankruptcy cases that one may file. In fact, there is no limit in between time frames to file bankruptcy. Nevertheless, if sufficient time between filings does not take place, you may be not be eligible for “discharge.”

So if a bankruptcy case is filed too soon, even though it will not be dismissed, a discharge may not take place. The time frames between discharge eligibility are as follows:

The time is counted from filing to filing — not from first discharge to second filing.

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