Can I Keep My Home If I File Bankruptcy in Oklahoma?

Since Oklahoma law allows a homeowner to keep all of the equity in his or her primary residence, an Oklahoma homeowner is likely to keep his or her home during bankruptcy if the homeowner is able to continue making regular mortgage payments and is not in default on any loan that is secured by the primary residence.

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