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With law offices in Columbus, Dayton and Cincinnati, Fesenmyer Cousino Weinzimmer provides advice, assistance and a pathway to a fresh start for struggling clients in central and southwestern Ohio. Our clients receive personalized case evaluations and counsel regarding debt relief options, including Chapter 7 bankruptcy, Chapter 13 debt reorganization, debt settlement negotiations with creditors, and foreclosure defense for mortgage holders.


con-imgPatience, compassion and skillful guidance are attributes of our debt relief law practice. Fesenmyer Cousino Weinzimmer’s dedicated team of bankruptcy and debt settlement attorneys work hard to ensure each client’s situation is handled professionally and uniquely. We take the time to advise each client of the best options for their individual situations. Once our clients decide to move forward towards financial freedom, we begin implementing solutions without delay.

Attorneys Thomas M. Fesenmyer, Courtney A. Cousino and Danielle R. Weinzimmer appreciate your interest in our firm’s Ohio bankruptcy law practice. Through years of experience, we have helped thousands of Ohio clients overcome numerous obstacles to true debt relief.

“Is there a way to avoid filing bankruptcy?” is a common question heard at the law offices of Fesenmyer Cousino Weinzimmer in Columbus, Dayton and Cincinnati. No question is out of line at our Ohio law firm. We will never pressure you to file bankruptcy if it is not in your best interest. On the other hand, we will not refrain from offering our most informed advice appropriate in your case. In a free initial consultation, our lawyers will gladly help you review options suitable to your circumstances. Schedule your appointment through an email message or by calling 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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