Welcome to Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma's guide to free legal help in Oklahoma. The firm has experience handling both Chapter 7 (liquidation) and Chapter 13 (restructuring) bankruptcy petitions, and its bankruptcy services include obtaining each clients' credit reports and supplying mandated credit counseling and debtor education courses.
He has served the legal community over the years in a number of capacities, which includes President of the Pontotoc County Bar Association, member of the OBA Board of Governors, OBA Vice-President, Chair of the Probate Code Committee, member of the American Bar Association, fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel, fellow of the Oklahoma Bar Foundation, fellow of the American Bar Foundation, member of the Oklahoma Health Lawyer's Association, and member of the National Association of College and University Attorneys.
Our OKC and Tulsa team members solicit contributions from attorneys and law firms, making it possible for LASO to represent Oklahomans who otherwise would have no recourse in response to their legal issues such as domestic violence, fraudulent landlords, unfair housing conditions, scammers and administrative errors that stop individuals' basic services.
A Chapter 13 bankruptcy is best for individuals who owe taxes, are behind on home mortgages, have co-debtors they want to protect, have property that needs to be protected or who have a substantial amount of income left over every month after basic living expenses.
Mitchell DeClerck is a full-service law firm in Enid, Oklahoma, that serves clients throughout Northwest Oklahoma and the Panhandle area, including Medford, Newkirk, Perry, Guthrie, Kingfisher, Fairview, Cherokee, Alva, Woodward, Arnett, Guymon, Beaver, Buffalo, Garfield County, Grant County, Kay County, Noble County, Logan County, Kingfisher County, Major County, Alfalfa County, Woods County, Woodward County, Ellis County, Texas County, Beaver County and Harper County.
While ZipRecruiter is seeing annual salaries as high as $143,833 and as low as $22,128, the majority of Bankruptcy Lawyer salaries currently range between $41,490 (25th percentile) to $92,200 (75th percentile) in Oklahoma City, OK. The average Oklahoma City Lawyer pay range for a Bankruptcy Lawyer varies modestly (up to $50,710), which suggests there may be fewer opportunities for advancement based on skill level, but increased pay based on location and years of experience is still possible.
Representation of creditors and debtors in bankruptcy, bank insolvency, insurance company insolvency, and state insolvency proceedings. The best way to ensure your case in handled properly is to hire a qualified and experienced Oklahoma bankruptcy attorney.