Is Filing Chapter 7 Bankruptcy the Right Decision for You?

Oklahoma Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Attorney

Chapter 7 bankruptcy is a form of consumer bankruptcy for people who either do not have a regular income, or whose income level is beneath a certain threshold. With Jeffrey E West, P.C., you get a lawyer who is committed to providing high quality counsel and representation in the area of Chapter 7 bankruptcy. We can help you find a solution to meet your needs.

Changes in the law have made Chapter 7 bankruptcy more difficult to qualify for. Many people who would have filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy are now compelled to file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy. To determine whether you meet the requirements of Chapter 7, we can help you gather the necessary paperwork and take the “means test” for filing bankruptcy. This test analyzes your income, expenses, and other factors to see how much of your debt could be handled through repayment and how much could be forgiven. We assist clients with this process to help get them back on their feet as soon as possible.

We have more than seven years of experience focusing on debt relief and bankruptcy issues. We handle bankruptcy litigation and appeals as well as bankruptcy filings. While some attorneys limit their practice to the paperwork involved with declaring bankruptcy, we provide full service representation from litigation with creditors to disputes with U.S. trustees. We work hard to give our clients the personal attention and excellent legal service they deserve.

Contact us today to schedule your free initial consultation. If you have further questions about filing for bankruptcy, please visit our bankruptcy information center.

From our offices in Oklahoma City, Lawton and Altus we serve clients in Lawton, Altus, Enid, Norman, Edmond, Shawnee, Chickasha, Yukon, El Reno, Oklahoma City, Midwest City, Kingfisher, Canadian County, Cleveland County, and Logan County.

Jeffrey E West, P.C. is a debt relief agency and we help people file for bankruptcy.

For more resources on filing bankruptcy please check out The United States Courts.