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Oklahoma Credit Card Debt Lawyer

Tulsa Credit Card Debt Relief

Whether precipitated by a job loss, divorce, or medical emergency, financial peril can be devastating in numerous forms. While struggling with paying bills and keeping food on the table, many people rely on credit cards to provide the necessary financial backup. Unfortunately, once an individual starts to experience growing debt, it can be difficult to begin paying it off. Fortunately, bankruptcy offers a fresh start.

Whether you are considering Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, an experienced Oklahoma attorney should be your first call. A lawyer can explain your options and the bankruptcy process. It is wise to explore your legal options as soon as possible, as banks and lending institutions will soon begin aggressively pursuing repayment — through legal action, debt collection agencies or wage garnishments. At Dana Law Inc., we can protect you and help you build a stable financial future. 

Can I Eliminate Credit Card Debt Through Bankruptcy?

While every case is different, the answer is generally yes. It is wise to speak with a knowledgeable attorney to learn how bankruptcy can help you, but the Bankruptcy Code was developed to offer a fresh start to eligible Americans. By eliminating credit card debt — along with other forms of unsecured debt such as medical bills and certain personal loans — individuals can begin rebuilding their credit rating and planning for a more stable financial future. Most individuals consider bankruptcy a fresh start, giving them the ability to eliminate past debt and work toward the future. Let our firm help you.

Call Today to Schedule a Consultation

If you have more questions regarding credit card debt and whether bankruptcy is right for you, contact our Tulsa office as soon as possible. We can be reached by phone at 918-585-8500 or by email through our convenient online contact form

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.




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