Huddleston Law Offices25 years bh

Brian Huddleston has extensive experience advising borrowers and others regarding defaulted real estate loans, lease disputes, partnership disputes, and other troubled real estate. He has handled foreclosures, deed in lieu transactions, bankruptcy trustee sales, receiverships, and loan modifications. Brian has negotiated and closed many substantial real estate related loans and large development transactions and acquisitions for borrowers and investors. He has extensive experience negotiating major ground leases at the Port of Catoosa; negotiating commercial leases for both landlords and tenants; and handling apartment purchases, sales, and financing.

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Why hire Brian Huddleston?

Real Estate Law

Responsiveness and Quality: Large law firms are notorious for poor customer service. Studies consistently reveal that attorneys at large law firms do not promptly return phone calls or answer client questions. Brian Huddleston has the training and experience of a large firm lawyer, but the personal client service of a small business. In other words, as a client of Brian’s, you get the best of both worlds.

Lower Cost and Higher Efficiency: Large law firms provide their lawyers with great salaries, many benefits, and many perks. All that comes at a high price, which is passed along to clients in the form of high hourly rates. Huddleston Law Offices does not have all the high overhead of a large firm, so the result is lower rates to the client for the same high quality legal work.

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Street Law School: Getting A Criminal Record Expunged Is Getting Easier

January 24th, 2015

An expungement proceeding is a type of lawsuit in which a first time offender of a prior criminal conviction seeks that the records of that earlier process be sealed, thereby making the records unavailable through the state or Federal repositories. If successful, the records are said to be “expunged”. While expungement deals with an underlying […]

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Street Law School: How To Make Use of the Noncustodial Parent Visitation Rights Law

November 5th, 2014

The Noncustodial Parent Visitation Rights Law went into effect on November 1, 2014, and allows noncustodial parents a somewhat simpler way of enforcing their custody schedule when it isn’t being followed by the custodial parent. The new law amends Oklahoma statute 43 O.S. § 111.3, and provides an almost Small Claims Court type procedure that begins with the filing of a MOTION FOR ENFORCEMENT OF NON-CUSTODIAL PARENT VISITATION RIGHTS.

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Another Foreclosure Avoided

April 16th, 2014

This week I was able to obtain a dismissal of a foreclosure case filed in 2011 after my client successfully completed his loan modification. He just needed some time, and that is what I was able to obtain for him. Good people sometimes need a second chance.

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