The Cincinnati Bankruptcy Blog

What Documents Do I Need to File Bankruptcy?

When you file a Bankruptcy Petition, the case is referred to the United States Trustee Program, which is part of the United States Justice Department, and a Trustee is assigned to your case. Cases filed in Cincinnati are part of Region 9 of the Unite… Read More
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Wage Garnishment and Bankruptcy

Wage Garnishment in Ohio Wage Garnishments are often the final straw which forces an individual to seek Bankruptcy Protection.  When you are already struggling with financial problems, having a large portion of your wages taken by a creditor just ma… Read More
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Dealing With Medical Bills Through Bankruptcy

Medical Bills can be a source of terrible financial stress. Millions of Americans have struggled with the costs of medical treatment. In fact, one study shows that 6 in 10 Americans have suffered financial hardships because of the cost of medical tre… Read More
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Does Bankruptcy Ruin My Credit?

One of the most common issues, holding people back from filing Bankruptcy, is the misconception that Bankruptcy ruins  your credit forever. Nothing could be further from the truth. In fact, for most people with high amounts of debt and derogatory ma… Read More
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Bankruptcy Myths

BANKRUPTCY MYTHS Many people suffering under financial stress are hesitant to file a Bankruptcy Petition. They are afraid they will lose property that is important to them, that it will ruin their life or they don’t understand the full benefits… Read More
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Get Your Drivers License Back Through Bankruptcy

Many people have their Drivers License Suspended when they are at fault in a motor vehicle accident and don’t have insurance to cover the damage to the other driver’s car and their medical expenses.  As long as you weren’t found to… Read More
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Discharging Income Taxes in Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy is a very effective means of dealing with Income Tax debts. Although the Dischargeability of actual Income Taxes is the same in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13, there are still some distinct advantages offered by Chapter 13 when confronted with N… Read More
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Can Student Loans Be Discharged in Bankruptcy?

The amount of Student Loan Debt in the United States has reached a crisis level. Many people are overwhelmed with Student Loans which sometimes exceed $100,000.00. Frequently, these Student Loan Borrowers didn’t finish their Degree, received a… Read More
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Why Should I Choose You To Be My Bankruptcy Lawyer?

Five major points: (1) We really care about our Clients. You will notice the difference the moment you meet with any member of our office. We are different in a very good way. (2) We only do Bankruptcy so we focus on being creative to get the most ou… Read More
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How to File Bankruptcy Without an Attorney

First and foremost, filing bankruptcy without an attorney can be a daunting task. Furthermore, doing so without the legal knowledge necessary to properly prepare your case can lead to devastating financial losses including the loss of your property a… Read More
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