Oklahoma City, OK (PRWEB) November 21, 2011
The Oklahoma bankruptcy lawyers at the law firm of Atkins & Markoff hereby announce that the firm is providing an expanded Oklahoma Consumer Bankruptcy Guide for the thousands of consumers in Oklahoma who are likely suffering through serious financial problems. This Oklahoma Consumer Bankruptcy Guide is a free online resource that can be accessed by anyone who needs to learn more about several different types of potential financial relief.
Specifically, the firm has provided sections of content within its Oklahoma Consumer Bankruptcy Guide regarding filing bankruptcy cases, Chapter 7 bankruptcy, Chapter 13 bankruptcy, consumer bankruptcy issues, creditors’ rights and suggestions for how to rebuild credit and financial standing after a bankruptcy case has been filed and completed.
The Oklahoma bankruptcy lawyers at the firm are providing this free online resource because of the obvious struggles that many people are feeling in the current economy, which has been mired in a recession and/or a downturn for several years. According to the federal government, the United States experienced a record number of consumer-oriented bankruptcy case filings during the year 2010, with a total of more than 1.5 million cases filed across the country.
This Oklahoma Consumer Bankruptcy Guide is intended to provide consumers with information regarding the different types of bankruptcy cases that can be filed, how a bankruptcy case generally works, what a consumer can expect when a bankruptcy is filed and what the result of a successful bankruptcy case can lead to for a struggling consumer.
About Atkins & Markoff
Atkins & Markoff, whose Web site is located at http://www.oklahomabankruptcylawcenter.com/, is a law firm comprised of Oklahoma bankruptcy lawyers and trial lawyers who have been representing consumers and defending their legal rights for nearly 15 years. The firm handles legal matters that include Oklahoma chapter 7 bankruptcy cases, chapter 13 bankruptcy cases, home foreclosure issues, asset retention, credit counseling and bankruptcy alternatives among other legal matters.