Dedicated Bankruptcy and Estate Lawyers in Oklahoma
At Dana McDaniel & Associates in Tulsa, Oklahoma, our attorneys work to help people resolve their legal problems efficiently and professionally. We strive to bring our clients relief and peace of mind, allowing them to leave the courthouse knowing that their bankruptcy and probate issues have been resolved to their satisfaction.
While you can't put a price on the relief and peace of mind that comes with a favorable result to your legal matter, our firm practices law in the small firm tradition that emphasizes effective and cost-conscious legal representation. Over the years, individuals and businesses have come to rely on our personal service, attention to detail and litigation skills.
You deserve to leave the courtroom with a sense of relief knowing that a burden has been lifted from your shoulders. Contact us today to discuss your legal options with a dedicated lawyer.
Bankruptcy and Probate Representation With a Focus On Results
Our firm is committed to achieving the results our clients deserve. We work closely with them to meet their legal needs in the practice areas of:
- Debt relief and bankruptcy: We work to help people resolve the financial problems they face by utilizing the tools of Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
- Probate: We work to create a solid estate plan and to deal with issues should they arise after a loved one passes away.
Beyond bankruptcy and probate, our firm maintains a diverse practice, helping people in the Tulsa area with a variety of legal issues, including:
- Real estate litigation
- Oil and gas litigation
- Contract disputes
- Business formation
- Business sales
Get the relief you need. Contact us today.
We look forward to helping you put your legal problems behind you. To schedule an appointment with one of our knowledgeable attorneys, call 918-925-9312 or toll free 866-481-0225. Plenty of free parking is available at our conveniently located Tulsa office.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.