A New Kind of Consumer Bankruptcy Practice: Tulsa Bankruptcy and Consumer Law, P.C.

Well, I did it.

After years and years of thinking about it, talking about it, planning about it, and yes — bitching and moaning about it — I formed my own bankruptcy practice, Tulsa Bankruptcy and Consumer Law, P.C.

So what’s so different about it?

Let me let you, dear readers, in on my deepest, darkest marketing secret. Are you ready for this?


OK, here it is: [sotto voce] I return phone calls. All of them. Everyday.

Yep, I do. I know it’s unheard of. I know it’s uncharted territory for most lawyers. I even know a bunch of good reasons why lawyers don’t return calls. I used to complain (whine) about how I couldn’t possibly return all my phone calls. I could explain it: how clients don’t leave detailed messages (or better yet, use email), or how we lawyers have to do 15 minutes of research to return each call, and why that was unreasonable or impossible to accomplish.

But when I decided to remake the practice of consumer bankruptcy law, I firmly resolved to chuck all my preconceived notions and start from the ground up. In other words, “Just do it.”

Try it out. Call me with consumer law issue (or just to shoot the breeze, for that matter) and see how fast I call you back. If, that is, you don’t get me directly.

Returning client phone calls. What a concept!

If you or someone you know is struggling with overwhelming debt problems, with harrassing creditor or collections calls, or even with foreclosure, I hope you’ll give me a try.

Call me at 918 409-2462 or send me an email to tulsabankruptcylaw@gmail.com and see how fast you get a response.

Ben Callicoat
Tulsa Bankruptcy and Consumer Law, P.C.
400 South Boston Ave., Ste. 500
Tulsa, OK 74103
918 409-2462

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