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The ins and outs of Chapter 13 bankruptcy

When finances get thrown off track, it's good to know such problems are usually temporary. In fact, there are typically several resources available to help people restore financial stability, including but not limited to various types of bankruptcy. If an Oklahoma resident facing financial crises has steady income coming in and hopes to retain ownership of his or her assets while paying back debt, Chapter 13 bankruptcy might be a viable means for doing so.

Seeking debt relief in Oklahoma through Chapter 13 bankruptcy

People in Oklahoma who have an overwhelming amount of debt often feel an extreme amount of stress. Often, their debt is the result of issues beyond their control, such as the loss of a job or a serious medical condition. In addition to having the debt, many people start to receive harassing calls from debt collectors, prompting them to seek relief. Chapter 13 bankruptcy may be the best one option to manage debt and stop harassment.

Livian Hernandez files for Chapter 13 bankruptcy protection

Many professionals in Oklahoma and across the country work hard to achieve financial success. However, even when that success if achieved, it may be difficult to maintain. Unfortunately, even famous athletes who have made millions in their careers find themselves struggling with overwhelming debt. For example, famous baseball player Livan Hernandez has recently sought Chapter 13 bankruptcy protection.

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.

Oklahoma Board certified attorney can help stop foreclosure

Financial problems can create a great deal of stress in a person's life. If you are struggling to make ends meet, you may eventually face the threat of losing your home due to foreclosure, in addition to the stress you are already experiencing over how you will pay your bills every month. If your lender is threatening such an action, there are options available to help those in Oklahoma to stop foreclosure.

Who is eligible to file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy?

In an earlier post, we discussed the advantages of filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Chapter 13 bankruptcy, which is also known as reorganization bankruptcy, can help you save your home from foreclosure, create new payment plans for certain debts, and provide a buffer between you and your creditors. Oklahoma residents who wish to file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy must meet specific requirements.

Chapter 13 payment plan may help manage student loan debt

Many posts have been written about the difficulty of discharging student loan debt in bankruptcy including recently on our site. The undue hardship test for totally erasing a student loan debt is a difficult hill to climb. But other options may be available, if not to discharge the debt, at least to manage it.

Sometimes a "fresh start" is more than you need

If you have reached the point financially where you are thinking about personal bankruptcy, you may be wondering which of the two most common forms for individuals, Chapter 7, or Chapter 13, is right for you. A key part of your answer will depend on what property and other assets you have, and how much of those assets you want to keep when you emerge from the bankruptcy process.

Government tries to stop creditor harassment from its collectors

Efforts by the federal government to stop creditor harassment that violated consumer protection laws ended in a government victory when a judge dismissed a lawsuit by debt collectors seeking to be allowed to continue working on behalf of the government that fired them. The companies had been working for the U.S. Education Department under contracts to collect student loans on which borrowers had defaulted.

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