Central Law Office PC
Attorney Joey D. Schmidt
808 24th Ave NW, Suite 105, Norman Oklahoma          
Mail to:   P.O. Box 720633, Norman,OK 73070
Phone: 405-329-5777       Fax: 405-329-3841
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Founded in 1995, Central Law Office has helped many farmers keep their family farms. Attorney Joey D. Schmidt has over 25 years of experience in bankruptcy, farm issues, and federal court issues. Our firm specializes in Chapter 12 Bankruptcies for Farmers!

COURTS WHERE ADMITTED TO PRACTICE:

  • UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT
  • UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS
  • UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT
  • WESTERN DISTRICT OF OKLAHOMA
  • NORTHERN DISTRICT OF OKLAHOMA
  • EASTERN DISTRICT OF OKLAHOMA
  • EASTERN & WESTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS
  • NORTHERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS
  • EASTERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS

PRACTICE AREAS:

  • Federal Law
  • Agriculture Law
  • Bankruptcy Law
  • Real Estate
  • Probate
  • Wills
  • Oil and Gas Leases

FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION!
Central Law Office has helped many Black and Indian Farmers File Claims!
Link to USDA Announcement Women and Hispanic Farmers Website.
Link to Video by USDA
Claim Form to receive packet

         
Link to Tri-City Gun Club Youth Events
Central Law Office PC is a debt relief agent. Our Firm helps people file for debt relief through bankruptcy.

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