Anna L. Self


Attorney Anna L. Self founded the firm in 1998 after several years in  practice. She worked for five years as in-house counsel for a multi-million dollar corporation. As her career developed, she found working for individual clients more fulfilling than corporate work. That is why for the last 17  years she has focused her practice on counseling families and individuals, advising clients in bankruptcy matters.  a wide variety other legal matters including  family law, will and probate and IRS issues. She loves her job and prides herself on her close relationships with her clients.

In 1998, Attorney Anna L. Self opened her South OKC law office, focusing her client services bankruptcy. After many requests from her clients, she expanded her practice to include wills, probate and guardianship.  Her main desire in her law practice is to help people, and she has enjoyed this career and the opportunity it presents for achieving her own dreams. She has helped clients over the years to protect and preserve their estates, large or small, and to get past difficult financial times. Anna is especially proud of her dedication to help people on an individual basis. Her clients work with Anna, not a paralegal or legal secretary, every time they contact her law office in Oklahoma City, OK. She works closely with clients to develop creative strategies to deal with their legal problems.

Making the Choice to Help

After graduating from the University of Oklahoma College of Law in 1992, Anna Self had a good job as in house counsel for a wealthy corporation, but she wanted her skills as an attorney to mean more to each individual client. That’s why she opened her own practice six years later in order to give people the personalized help they needed when they were experiencing difficult times.

In addition to the 16 years heading her own firm, Anna also holds associations with the Oklahoma Bar Association, the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, and the American Bankruptcy Institute. Even if you’re not sure whether bankruptcy is the right choice for you, it’s worth your while to set up a free 30-minute office consultation with Anna Self to see what options you have and decide on your next step.

Personalized Attention

Anna L. Self founded her firm as a solo practitioner so that she could give her clients the personalized attention they deserve. At this firm, our clients always deal directly with their attorney, Anna L. Self. She personally handles every aspect of her clients’ cases, from the initial interview to the completion of their case. All communication regarding your case is handled directly by Ms. Self. There are no paralegals or assistants standing between you and high-quality, skilled legal counsel. Anna L. Self makes herself readily available to her clients, thoroughly answering any questions they may have and explaining all of their rights and available options.

Compassionate Counsel

During her decades of experience as an Oklahoma lawyer, Anna L. Self has learned that bad things happen to good people every day. Many of her clients are burdened with debt problems, loss of  jobs, marital problems,  or unresolved tax issues. Anna L. Self knows that a good attorney defends your rights—a great attorney provides compassionate counsel through the most difficult decisions of your life. That is why she is committed to handling each case with professionalism, respect, and discretion. She knows that any legal issue can be stressful and she seeks to resolve the issues efficiently as possible with reasonable fees.

Free Consultation

Attorney Anna L. Self knows that the attorney-client relationship is built on trust. That is why she offers a free office consultation to each of her clients. During our initial meeting we will discuss the details of your case and your options. We will explore your goals and how you would like to see the matter resolved. Attorney Anna L. Self offers her clients one-on-one counseling.   Contact our office today to schedule a free consultation with experienced Oklahoma City attorney Anna L. Self.