Are you trapped by overwhelming debt? Are you struggling with high interest rates, late fees and harassing phone calls from creditors? Bankruptcy protection can provide you a fresh start. Learn More
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Questions and answers to bankruptcy that can help you.
Bankruptcy is a debt relief remedy established by federal law. It allows for a Chapter 7 fresh start or a Chapter 13 consumer debt reorganization. Filing for bankruptcy can help you drastically reduce or eliminate the bills you cannot afford while keeping your assets such as your car and your house. We can help you determine if bankruptcy is right for you.
Fesenmyer Cousino Weinzimmer attorneys are available to carefully discuss and review your financial situation during your free consultation. Our goal is to help you understand all of your available options and how to implement the best solution for your case.
Debt settlement, a negotiated reduced payoff amount, may provide relief for medical bills, credit cards, and deficiencies on mortgages and vehicles. You may be able to avoid bankruptcy. A personalized evaluation of your debts, income and assets will help us advise you on the best solution for your individual situation.
To schedule a consultation with a lawyer, email us through this website or call us at one of our office branches at 614-228-4435 (Columbus), 937-222-7472 (Dayton), or 877-654-5297 (Cincinnati).
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.
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