If you are thinking about declaring bankruptcy and are interested in working with a Cincinnati, OH, bankruptcy attorney, turn to us at John A. Schuh, Bankruptcy Attorney for personal assistance. We’re ready to meet with you to learn more about your case.
Our attorney strives to provide personal attention to each of our valued clients for all cases. When you meet with us during our flexible office hours during the week, we’ll begin providing you with local representation for your bankruptcy case. We’re also available to serve your needs on the weekends by appointment. When you make the decision to use our law firm for your case, you’ll:
When you’re struggling with your finances and considering the option to work with a Cincinnati, OH, bankruptcy attorney, you can begin learning more about your legal options by meeting with an attorney at John A. Schuh, Bankruptcy Attorney. To request your first meeting with our lawyer, call our office today.
On 10/17/2005 Congress passed the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005. This code revision made some very dramatic changes in bankruptcy law including a definition for a “debt relief agency” and a legal requirement that, if you are an "assisted person" within the meaning of the bankruptcy, we are required to make this disclosure:
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.