Oklahoma Medical Debt Lawyer
Tulsa Medical Debt Relief Lawyer
With the rising costs of medical care, an accident or serious illness can quickly put an entire family in financial peril. When medical debt begins to threaten your financial well-being, it’s time to discuss your options with a skilled bankruptcy attorney. At Dana Law Inc., we have guided countless clients through the process of Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Contact us to learn more about your options for debt relief.
How Can I Eliminate Medical Debt?
If you or a loved one has struggled through a major illness or serious accident, you are likely facing financial difficulties. Medical bills can be devastating — from surgery to lengthy hospital stays to physical therapy. You need a lawyer who understands your financial troubles — a lawyer who can provide legal guidance and honest answers.
Medical debt relief in Oklahoma can happen via Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Chapter 7, also referred to as debt elimination, serves to discharge your unsecured debt in a relatively short time frame. We will carefully examine your financial situation and help you choose the debt relief option that is best for you.
Chapter 13 bankruptcy was designed to help you reorganize your debt, and depending on your income and allowable deductions, you may pay back as little as 0% to as much as 100% of your unsecured debt in installments. Medical bills are considered unsecured debt. This debt will be lumped together with your other unsecured debt, and you will pay a single amount to the bankruptcy trustee each month. If the repayment period —three to five years — is successfully completed, the remaining medical debt is discharged.
Schedule a Consultation With an Experienced Bankruptcy Attorney
If you are concerned about mounting medical bills, it is wise to consider bankruptcy as an option. Contact the Tulsa office of Dana Law inc. 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.