Tulsa Bankruptcy Attorney

Skilled Oklahoma Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Lawyer

In today's troubled economic environment, trying to make ends meet is a constant struggle. As your debt grows, you may feel hopeless as you continue to bear the burden of harassment from creditors, riddled with the guilt that this economic downturn is somehow your fault. You may even fear losing your home. If this sounds all too familiar, you need the help of a dedicated Tulsa bankruptcy lawyer.

At Dana McDaniel & Associates in Tulsa, Oklahoma, we have the bankruptcy experience necessary to help you achieve a fresh start and lift this financial burden from your shoulders. You can count on us to protect your interests and help you find a debt relief option that works for you.

Need debt relief? Contact our bankruptcy attorney Dana McDaniel today at (918) 585-8500 or toll free at (866) 481-0225 to schedule a consultation.

We Can Help You Get the Fresh Start You Need

At Dana McDaniel & Associates, we help our clients explore all their options for debt relief, including Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. We will work closely with you to explore your goals and help you determine the best path for achieving the relief and peace of mind that comes with securing a fresh start.

Tulsa bankruptcy attorney Dana McDaniel is ready to listen to your fears and concerns. She is committed to providing answers to all your bankruptcy questions such as:

What We Need From You

In order to determine how we can help you, we will need you to provide our firm with a variety of documents, including:

  • Pay stubs
  • Tax returns
  • Bank statements
  • Insurance policies
  • Credit card statements
  • Property and vehicle titles
  • Retirement plans

Get the Peace of Mind That Comes With a Fresh Start

Contact our law firm to discuss your debt relief options with a knowledgeable attorney. To help you prepare for your consultation, please review our bankruptcy documents and information checklist.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.