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Bankruptcy May Be Your Option

What to Look For in a Bankruptcy Attorney

Incurring debt is part of our everyday lives and these days it's hard to imagine how one can go on living a normal, decent and prosperous life without it. Anything from mortgage payments to car payments to travel expenses requires a certain amount of debt, and one of the most common and convenient methods of payment is done through the use of credit cards. However abusing debt, to the point where in your bills exceed your income, is never a good thing. It will more often than not result in you having to consider debt consolidation or even bankruptcy as a viable remedy to soothe your financial woes.

Bankruptcy filing can be an overwhelming procedure that will take a considerable amount of time to complete. It is an option one should not enter into lightly since the can be serious repercussions that may affect your future. Therefore it would be wise to seek help from an attorney who can determine which type of bankruptcy will have the most favorable results for you both in the short term and the long term.

For well over 20 years The Colpitts Law Firm has served Tulsa residents in their debt or bankruptcy related cases. They have the experience to explore your options and satisfactorily resolve your debt problem to give you back your life. Greggory T. Colpitts has been practicing bankruptcy law for over 22 years and is one of very few attorneys in Oklahoma that is Board Certified in Consumer Bankruptcy Law by the American Board of Certification. When considering an attorney for bankruptcy, you should ask what bankruptcy experience they have and whether they are Board Certified.

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