With law offices in Columbus, Dayton and Cincinnati, Fesenmyer Cousino Weinzimmer provides advice, assistance and a pathway to a fresh start for clients with financial difficulties 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.
Patience, 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 toward 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.
We understand that those struggling to deal with debt cannot afford to be burdened with large attorney fees, so we make our services as affordable as possible. By efficiently analyzing your situation and your options, we can prevent you from making mistakes that can wind up costing you more in the long run.
Working out of our Dayton and Cincinnati offices, and serving all of Central and Southern Ohio, Attorney Thomas M. Fesenmyer is dedicated to helping his clients solve their financial issues in a timely and cost-effective manner. Tom has been practicing law since 2001 and has personally filed several thousand cases, including those to stop foreclosures, repossessions, wage garnishments, law suits, utility shut-offs, creditor harassment, bank attachments, and pay-day loans. Tom’s goal is to protect his clients’ assets and eliminate their debts.
Courtney works out of our Columbus office and has helped thousands of people overcome financial difficulties. Practicing law since 2007, she focuses on bankruptcy law (Chapter 7 & Chapter 13), debt settlement, and foreclosure and modification assistance, finding individualized solutions to managing debt-related issues.
Based in our Columbus location, Danielle has been a bankruptcy attorney for more than seven years, focusing on bankruptcy law (Chapter 7 & Chapter 13), debt settlement and negotiation, and foreclosure and modification assistance. She prides herself on building a positive relationship with her clients, providing guidance and treating them with compassion and respect during this very stressful time.
Pam is the firm’s Legal Assistant and Office Manager. Based in Dayton, Ohio, she provides legal and administrative support to the attorneys at all three of our offices. She worked in the financial industry for ten years before joining Fesenmyer Cousino Weinzimmer, and she enjoys assisting people in managing their finances and resolving financial issues.
Struggling with serious financial issues can be overwhelming, as you face unpaid bills, harassment by creditors and perhaps even foreclosure on your house, repossession of your car, and garnishment of your wages. It’s a frightening situation, and you probably have a lot of questions about what is the best way you can return to financial solvency. For example, “Is there a way to avoid filing for bankruptcy?” is a common question we hear at our law offices. The answer, of course, is that there might be, but it depends on your individual circumstances, and we will help you decide.
No question is out of line at our Ohio law firm. We will never pressure you to file for 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.
Bankruptcy is a legal way to have many debts forgiven and get a fresh financial start.
The seasoned and compassionate debt-relief lawyers at Fesenmyer Cousino Weinzimmer are dedicated to helping you through the maze of personal bankruptcy and dealing with your debts. We understand what you are going through and will walk you through the process. A free initial consultation and careful evaluation of your individual financial situation by the Ohio bankruptcy attorneys at Fesenmyer Cousino Weinzimmer will point you in the right direction and give you the information you need to help you make decisions.
Delaying can only make your situation worse, so call one of our conveniently located office branches at 614-228-4435 (Columbus), 937-222-7472 (Dayton), or 877-654-5297 (Cincinnati) or email today to set up your free consultation so we can determine what debt-relief solutions will work best for you.
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