When you’re searching for a Cincinnati, OH, lawyer for your legal needs, put the services of John A. Schuh, Bankruptcy Attorney to work for you. During our flexible office hours, you can meet with our lawyer in person for an initial consultation to discuss your case.
From our first meeting and throughout the case, we’ll provide you with local representation and personal attention. We’re available to assist you with a wide range of legal services, and some of the areas of the law we focus on include:
For challenges related to these or other similar areas of the law, a Cincinnati, OH, lawyer from John A. Schuh, Bankruptcy Attorney may be able to help. We’re available to assist you with your case without delay, so contact our office today to request your consultation with our attorney for a time that’s convenient for you.
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.