Over 25 Years of Experience Helping Our Clients Get Out of Debt
At The Colpitts Law Firm, we use our thorough and up-to-date knowledge of the law to serve clients in Rogers County. Our team has more than two decades of experience and offering high-quality advice is central to our work. We understand how each client’s situation is unique and we tailor our strategy to your specific needs and goals.
We offer legal representation in the following practice areas:
No matter what your financial situation is, our bankruptcy attorneys can find an effective debt relief solution. If you are looking to establish a will or a trust, we can assist you no matter the size or complexity of your estate.
Contact The Colpitts Law Firmtoday at (918) 302-2662 to schedule a bankruptcy consultation in Rogers County!
Our Bankruptcy Services in Rogers County
When you consult us to discuss bankruptcy, we make sure to carefully assess your situation to make sure this legal solution fits your needs. Our lawyers can answer any questions you may have and walk you through the process. Bankruptcy offers a wide range of benefits, including avoiding foreclosure and eliminating debts, but it also comes with obligations.
Our bankruptcy attorneys can help you file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy or a Chapter 13 bankruptcy. We can also help you with filing for bankruptcy after divorce, or how to stop creditors' harassment.
Helping you during the bankruptcy filing process is only one part of the legal services we offer. Our lawyers can also provide detailed advice on how to rebuild your credit and stabilize your finances after going through the bankruptcy process.
Why Choose The Colpitts Law Firm to Create Your Estate Plan
Hiring a reputable lawyer when preparing a will or a trust can make a positive difference. Depending on your estate and what heirs and beneficiaries you would like your assets to go to after your death, we can tailor recommendations to simplify the process.
Common things to consider when creating an estate plan include:
- Property under your name only
- Art collectibles, jewelry, cars, or other specific assets
- Marital property
If you have a young child, you also want to determine who would become their legal guardian and be responsible for their financial security.
No matter your situation, taking care of estate planning sooner than later can make the distribution of your property much easier after your passing. Our attorneys often recommend we review your estate planning documents every few years to modify them when necessary, especially if your assets or finances have significantly changed during that time.
If you need bankruptcy or estate planning advice in Rogers County, contact The Colpitts Law Firmtoday at (918) 302-2662 to schedule a consultation with one of our experienced attorneys!