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Attorney David Hilbern is one of the longest practicing Oklahoma City bankruptcy attorneys, and has been one of Oklahoma’s top filing bankruptcy attorneys since 2005.

Our office has one of the lowest, if not the lowest, flat fees in Oklahoma. We have received multiple industry awards and we continue to strive to be recognized for our efforts to provide the best representation to deserving Oklahoma families. We like helping our clients feel confident in their decisions. Most of all we like getting rid of our clients’ debts. We hope to get the chance to help you.

  • Evenings/Weekends Office Consultations – 

    All clients meet and work directly with attorney David Hilbern – from start to finish. We do not use associates to attend hearings or prepare the petitions and schedules. We help our clients explore all options, including credit counseling, and consumer Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies. Our clients leave our office knowing they have options.

  • Attorney Fees –

    If bankruptcy makes sense, we provide low flat fees and affordable payment plans. Every dollar counts, and we appreciate that. We offer one of the lowest flat fees in Oklahoma, without compromising the quality of service that each client receives. In 99% of our cases, there are only 5 fees – attorney fee, court filing fee, credit report cost, the credit counseling course cost, and financial management course cost.

  • Bankruptcy and Our Law Firm – 

    Attorney David Hilbern is a bankruptcy attorney with over 20 years experience. Our office helps Oklahoma families with exploring debt relief options and how to rebuild credit afterwards. Declaring bankruptcy is not the end of your financial life and credit, but rather a new beginning. That said, we know it’s a difficult decision, but having the right attorney will help.

True at heart lawyer, they really care about people. I will use this firm from now on for future business.




A nice lawyer he struck me as professional Straightforward and honest.


Hilbern Law Firm handled my bankruptcy and I was very pleased with their work. Mr Hilbern and his associates were very kind and quite helpful. I appreciate the work they put in on my behalf. Thank you David. I appreciate you very much.


If You are looking for an attorney who has a lot of experience and one who will have your back, David Hilbern is your man, thank you David for helping me in changing my life!


Bankruptcy Process


    All cases begin with a free 30 – 60 minute meeting with attorney David Hilbern. In today’s age, business is routinely conducted by telephone/video and internet. No longer do you have to drive for hours to meet with your attorney. While it is an honor to meet, personally, each and every one of our clients, we understand that for health reasons, time off work, and the high price of gas, in-person meetings can be inconvenient or impossible. Don’t worry, we’ve been doing this a long time, and you will receive the same level of service no matter how you choose to proceed.


    Documents are very important in preparing a bankruptcy case. Many of the required documents must be filed with your bankruptcy case or turned over to the bankruptcy trustee. While we make every effort to take the workload off of our clients, there are just some things we cannot get ourselves. Once we receive all the necessary documents and interviewed you, we will start to prepare the bankruptcy petition, schedules, statement of financial affairs, and other necessary documents. Once we have everything prepared, we will go over everything prior to filing your case with the court.


    Once all the necessary documents have been filed and/or turned over to the bankruptcy trustee, you will be required to testify under oath at what is called, a meeting of creditors or 341 meeting. Don’t worry, we will prepare you and we will be there with you when you testify.


    After you testify at the meeting of creditors, you will have to wait, in a Chapter 7 case,  approximately 60 days. After that time, the bankruptcy judge will issue a discharge order, discharging all or most of your debts. At that time, your case is essentially over and you are free to start rebuilding your financial life with a clean slate.

    In a Chapter 13 case, you will have to continue to make payments to the bankruptcy trustee for approximately 3 to 5 years, until the bankruptcy plan is paid. At that time you will receive a discharge of any unsecured debts that were not paid during the bankruptcy.

Her are just a few examples of what bankruptcy can do for you:

Stop Foreclosures

If you have fallen behind on payments and your home is in jeopardy of being foreclosed on, bankruptcy can help you keep it.

Stop Garnishments

If your earnings are being garnished by creditors, you can stop them by filing for bankruptcy.

Stop Repossessions

If you are behind on payments and your car is in jeopardy of being repossessed, bankruptcy can help you keep it.

Eliminate Medical Debt

Medical debt comes at us with little to no warning and at a time when we are often most vulnerable. Bankruptcy can help.

Eliminate Credit Card Debt

Are the balances ever increasing due to the high interest, even though you make the minimum payments? Bankruptcy can help.

Eliminate Marital Debt

Marital Debt and financial pressure are two of the main causes of divorce. Bankruptcy can help.

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Contact us today and regain your Financial Freedom.
You have nothing to lose, but YOUR DEBT!


Office Locations

Hilbern Law Bankruptcy South Office
Hilbern Law Bankruptcy North Office

Office Hours: Monday – Friday (8:00 am – 5:00 pm) | Saturday – Sunday: (By Appointment)