Useful information from an experienced Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Attorney in Columbus, Ohio
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November 10, 2016 | Why You Should File for Bankruptcy with an Attorney
When most people think of attorney services, the first thing to come to mind is cost. Depending on your needs, the cost of an attorney can seem well outside your budget, and when you’re filing for bankruptcy, this can be a real concern. In order to save money, many people consider filing bankruptcy on their own. This is technically possible, but it isn’t a good idea. Instead, you really need professional bankruptcy guidance from a knowledgeable attorney. Here are just a few reasons why, when filing for bankruptcy, an experienced attorney is a must.READ MORE
October 13, 2016 | Can I File Bankruptcy to Rid Myself of Student Loans?
The decision to file bankruptcy shouldn’t be taken lightly. It can have possible negative consequences on your credit, but sometimes, these negative consequences are much less severe than continuing to try and pay your current bills. There are many bills and payments that can make living life nearly impossible for you and your family, but with the rising costs of education, student loans are often the largest monthly bill that needs to be paid. If you’re considering bankruptcy, you’re probably hoping that your massive student loans can be eliminated, but can bankruptcy really get ridREAD MORE
August 17, 2016 | WELCOME TO OUR NEW WEBSITE AND BLOG
We are pleased to announce the launch of our new website and blog!READ MORE
August 17, 2016 | WHAT TO EXPECT AT YOUR 341 MEETING OF CREDITORS
The 341 Meeting of Creditors “341” is a mandatory statutory hearing required under the United States Bankruptcy Code. If you file for bankruptcy, you will be required to attend a 341. The purpose of this meeting is to ensure, on the record, that your testimony is 1) your own, 2) the truth, and 3) open to investigation. Your creditors, as you may have guessed, have the opportunity to inquire of the debt you made on your account. The United States Trustee and the case trustee also have the opportunity to ask questions of you. InREAD MORE
August 17, 2016 | WHAT IS BANKRUPTCY? WHAT ARE MY OPTIONS?
Every day we are faced with decisions. Many times, there are several options and choices involved. From purchasing a new home or car, to purchasing lunch for the day, you often have limitless options to consider. However, for individuals considering bankruptcy filing, there are likely only a few bankruptcy Chapters to choose from. Why is this, and what is are your options? What are the differences and similarities and ultimately, what is best for you? First, let’s be sure to understand a few terms. Bankruptcy: Bankruptcy is federally codified law (Title 11 of the UnitedREAD MORE