If your company is struggling with business debt and you need to work with a Cincinnati, OH, corporate bankruptcy lawyer for legal guidance and support, choose John A. Schuh, Bankruptcy Attorney for your needs. We’re ready to begin working on your case.
Our law firm is available to provide you with local representation and knowledgeable guidance for your needs, and we can set up an initial meeting with you during our flexible appointment times. Our goal is to provide personal attention to each of our clients, and we’ll also work hard to communicate with you throughout the case. In addition, we’re also known for:
When you’re ready to begin exploring your legal options with a Cincinnati, OH, corporate bankruptcy lawyer, reach out to our lawyer at John A. Schuh, Bankruptcy Attorney. Contact our office today to request your consultation and to begin working with our lawyer.
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.