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Bankruptcy May Be Your Option

August 2016 Archives

Cancer patients in Oklahoma struggle with medical expenses

Many people in Oklahoma likely feel that they are financially stable. Unfortunately, even those who live frugally and save money every month can hit unexpected bumps in the road, such as a cancer diagnosis. Those requiring cancer treatment often find themselves struggling as a result of medical expenses and looking for options for debt relief.

The basics of Chapter 13 bankruptcy

Oklahoma consumers may find themselves in a financial predicament, unable to make their monthly payments and dealing with unrelenting phone calls from creditors. This is an incredibly frustrating situation, but it is not hopeless. In fact, through Chapter 13 bankruptcy, people may be able to ease their unmanageable burden of debt and gain a fresh financial start.

Politician seeks Chapter 13 protection after cancer, hurricane

No one is immune to financial difficulties. Even those people in Oklahoma who feel relatively financially secure can experience a series of setbacks that can leave them wondering how they will ever pay off their debt. One out-of-state politician claims that because of health issues and damage to her house from Hurricane Sandy, she and her husband are seeking to restructure their debt through Chapter 13 bankruptcy.

Casual-dining restaurant expected to seek bankruptcy protection

Those who run businesses in Oklahoma put a great deal of effort into creating a successful enterprises. Unfortunately, there are factors beyond the efforts of employees that can impact a company's overall success. Casual-dining restaurants, such as Logan's Roadhouse Inc., are likely all too aware of this after rumors abound that the company will likely seek bankruptcy protection.

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