Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
Chapter 7 bankruptcy is the liquidation approach to debt relief that offers a “fresh start” to individuals and families that have the income that qualifies them for this important federal protection.
Attorney Lily Debrah Cruickshank can explain the benefits of property exemptions as well as the “automatic stay” that prevents foreclosure on your home, stops creditor harassment and wage garnishment, and frees you of the fear of repossession of your motor vehicle.
At Lily Debrah Cruickshank & Associates, PLLC, our law firm’s founder uses her almost 15 years of experience, proven legal skills, knowledge of consumer bankruptcy strategies and reputation for positive results to turn your life in a different direction — beginning with your initial consultation.
Ms. Cruickshank makes you feel comfortable from the moment you meet her. She works hard to earn your trust amid an atmosphere that makes you feel welcome. You will realize right away that your legal matter is top priority with her law firm. Contact us to learn more about the advantages of Chapter 7 bankruptcy — and your “fresh start” toward a brighter future for you and your family.
Compassionate, Experienced, Dedicated Representation For Your Fresh Start Bankruptcy In Oklahoma City
Lily Debrah Cruickshank knows the challenges you face if you have lost your job and have problems meeting your bills. She listens carefully as you describe your situation and relates to your difficulties with trying to stay in your home, maintaining possession of your car or truck, and withstanding unwelcome calls and visits from creditors that can make your life miserable.
Are divorce and bankruptcy your legal goals? Are you unclear as to which should be pursued first? To speak with a skilled, knowledgeable, client-focused lawyer who truly cares about your future, call or email Lily Debrah Cruickshank & Associates, PLLC. Our local number is 405-694-4309, or you can reach us toll free at 866-383-1814.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.