Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

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When you are considering bankruptcy as a means to resolving difficult financial matters, it is important to speak with someone who fully understands the bankruptcy process, the differences between a Chapter 7 filing and a Chapter 13 filing, and the impact a bankruptcy will have on your personal and financial life. You want to be certain that you make informed decisions.

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy vs. Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

I have over 25 years of experience representing individuals in Central Ohio in personal bankruptcy matters, and I believe in providing my clients with quality legal services in a personal manner. Though I will prepare and file all the documents necessary to obtain protection under the bankruptcy laws, my focus is on providing clients with the information they need to make good financial decisions. Contact my office (conveniently located near New Albany, Gahanna and Columbus, Ohio) for a confidential consultation.

Choosing a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy:

Filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy can provide you with a fresh start through discharge of your current debt. Although certain types of debt may not be discharged, such as alimony and child support, you may find relief from large credit card debts, personal loans, and medical bills.

Chapter 7, however, is not the right choice for every client seeking debt relief. A Chapter 13 bankruptcy may be a better choice for you depending on your circumstances. The best way to determine which option is best for you is to contact my Columbus office to set up a consultation for us to discuss your specific situation. I offer flexible hours, and my office is conveniently located in Easton Town Center across the street from The Container Store.

At my bankruptcy law office, I represent clients throughout Gahanna, and Columbus, Ohio, including the communities of Reynoldsburg, Delaware, Newark, Lancaster, Circleville, London, Bexley, Pickerington, Pataskala, New Albany, Obetz, Westerville, Worthington, Powell, Dublin, Hilliard, Grove City, and Grandview; and in Franklin, Delaware, Licking, Fairfield, Pickaway, Madison, Athens, Fayette, Galia, Hocking, Jackson, Logan, Morrow, Pike, Ross, Union, and Vinton Counties.

The Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 requires the following notice: My firm is a Debt Relief Agency. I help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.

Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy