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Medical expenses can cause financial difficulties in Oklahoma

A significant number of people in Oklahoma and across the country have a financial plan that will guide them throughout their lives. For many, this includes saving for retirement and owning their own home. Unfortunately, unexpected setbacks can force many people to seek an alternative path, often in attempt to manage their unmanageable debt. For example, some people struggle as a result of medical expenses.

A serious injury or unexpected illness often requires a great deal of medical attention, resulting in extensive bills. To further complicate matters, many people are unable to work while they recover or care for injured or sick family members. Often, those in such a situation face the loss of their home through foreclosure.

Fortunately, there are steps to avoid such an outcome. Attorney Gregory T. Colpitts has over two decades of experience helping people who are deeply mired in medical debt as well as other dischargeable debt. Our attorney at The Colpitts Law Firm is not only experienced but has also met the requirements set forth by the American Board of Certification to become Board Certified in Consumer Bankruptcy. Unlike many other firms, Colpitts focuses solely on bankruptcies.

When medical expenses pile up, there may seem like there is no path toward a stable financial future. Fortunately, Colpitts Law Firm can help people in Oklahoma take appropriate action to overcome such debt. A frank conversation during an initial consultation has been the first step toward financial relief and a clean financial slate for many people.

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