Learn How to File Bankruptcy in Oklahoma City, OK

If you are thinking about filing bankruptcy, then we know you are concerned about how much it will cost. During your free consultation, your bankruptcy attorney will review your situation, your debts, and your assets, and tell you what your fee will be. Your bankruptcy attorney will also help you figure out how to pay the fee.

Contacting us is your first step to a fresh start through bankruptcy. Just gather your tax returns, credit card bills, child support or student loan payments, and wage garnishment information. Your exact fee will depend on your specific needs and requirements.

We keep our fees affordable and competitive. You will talk to your lawyer when you call, and we will be with you throughout the process.

Your Oklahoma bankruptcy attorney has the experience you need. At The Gooding Law Firm, our attorneys will be thoroughly experienced and knowledgeable. Your attorney will also be available to answer your questions from the day you come in until the process is complete. That is an exceptional value.

Call us at (405) 948-1978 or 866-296-9179 to talk to one of our bankruptcy lawyers about your situation so you can start your path toward a brighter future.

Chapter 7

Filing a Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Oklahoma gives you a fresh start by wiping out most or all of your unsecured debt, such as credit card payments and medical bills. Contrary to common misunderstanding, you may be allowed to keep all of your possessions.

Learn about Chapter 7

Chapter 11

A Chapter 11 filing is usually done by a business looking for debt relief. Below you’ll find information regarding how this type of case gets started, how it progresses through the hearings and documentation-heavy phases, how a disposition is reached, and ultimately how you should proceed.

Learn About Chapter 11

Chapter 13

When you file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you agree on a plan to catch up on delinquent payments and repay your creditors over time. It provides a way to prevent foreclosure on your home or repossession of your car or other collateral.

Learn About Chapter 13