Jim Forgotson is bankruptcy attorney. He is of counsel at the law firm of Laird, Hammons, Laird, PLLC, where he handles the firm’s consumer bankruptcy division. He helps consumers and small businesses in Oklahoma find a fresh financial start through personal and business bankruptcy.
Jim has experience representing clients in related consumer rights litigation, including fighting abusive mortgage practices and providing clients with relief from overwhelming student loans through non-bankruptcy options. He has also taken on creditors who attempt to collect debts that have been legally discharged in a bankruptcy case. Jim earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Oklahoma and his juris doctorate from The University of Oklahoma College of Law.
Jim is an active member in the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, a national organization representing the interests of consumers in bankruptcy matters. Jim has attended meetings in Washington and with members of Congress as a representative for the association, encouraging bankruptcy reform on behalf of consumer debtors. He is an advocate for debtor’s rights and will fight to get you the relief you desperately need and deserve.