2017 08.17

Bankruptcy FAQ

As a Tulsa Bankruptcy Attorney we want to give you the necessary guidance in determining if you need to file for bankruptcy. Deciding whether you need to file bankruptcy is situation specific. After finding out the amount of your debt, your employment situation, and your monthly expenses, we can advise you as to whether bankruptcy is the right option for you. As a Tulsa Bankruptcy Attorney we want to advise you that bankruptcy is not always the best solution, and often the timing of filing a bankruptcy needs to be carefully planned. We will honestly evaluate your situation and discuss with you your options. How much does filing bankruptcy cost?

2017 06.11

Means Test

As A Tulsa Bankruptcy Attorney We Want You To Understand The New Means Test Numbers for Oklahoma As A Tulsa Bankruptcy Attorney we want to help you understand what the means test is. The income figures used in the Means Test formula are updated every six months.

The income figures used in the Means Test determine who has the option of filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. As a Tulsa Bankruptcy Attorney we will require you to take the means test in order to determine if you are eligible for Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

2017 05.17

How Much Does Bankruptcy Cost?

Filing for Bankruptcy is generally very affordable considering your alternatives. The ballpark estimate is around $1000. This can vary some from attorney to attorney. You should defiantly call your Tulsa Bankruptcy attorney and ask how much they charge for a bankruptcy. There is a generally a $335 fee that is required by the Courts. Most attorneys will just include this in as part of their fee.

2017 04.17

Tulsa Bankruptcy Alternatives

We understand that filing for bankruptcy is a fairly big thing to do. We would encourage you to really think through it for a time as it will stay on your credit report for 10 years. There are a few other ways besides filing for bankruptcy. However, these options all include paying off your debt.

2017 03.17

Benefits Of Filing For Bankruptcy

There are many benefits to bankruptcy if that is where you are finding yourself at. Filing for Bankruptcy is not the end of the world. It is actually far from it. However, we understand why you might be leery of filing for bankruptcy. Our lawyers are here at Hanson & Hanson Law firm to assist you in the best way that we possibility can. We highly advise that you speak to our attorneys about filing for bankruptcy. If there is a way out of you filing for bankruptcy, then our attorneys will certainly be able to help you.

2017 01.18

What To Do If Your Home Is Facing Foreclosure?

If you are facing a foreclosure on your home, there may be several options that are available to you. However, it is important that you speak to a Tulsa Bankruptcy as soon as possible so you can get this issue resolved as soon as you possibility can. It is possible that a temporary restraining order could help you in avoiding a foreclosure on your home.

2016 12.16

How Do I Qualify For Bankruptcy?

There was a law that was passed in 2005 that is called the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act.It makes it harder to file for bankruptcy. Today in order to file for bankruptcy you need to take a means test that will determine your assets and income verses your ability to pay your debts. Thus, in order to be able to file for bankruptcy you must meet all of the conditions that include passing the means test as well as getting credit counseling. We would advise you to seek the counsel of a Tulsa bankruptcy attorney to determine if you qualify for bankruptcy or not.

2016 01.18

Bankruptcy Lawyer Disclosures

All of your assets and liabilities are required to be completely and accurately disclosed in the documents filed to commence your case, and the replacement value of each asset must be stated in those documents where requested after reasonable inquiry to establish such value. Your current monthly income, monthly expenses, and in a case under Chapter 13, disposable monthly income are required to be stated after reasonable inquiry. Information that you provide during your case may be audited and failure to provide requested information may result in the dismissal of your case or other sanction including a criminal sanction.