- Bankruptcy Process
For many, the prospect of bankruptcy conjures up the thought of endless documents, angry creditors and the impersonal atmosphere of the court system. However, if an individual, family or business decides to delay a bankruptcy filing for fear of what it entails, they are effectively putting themselves in a far worse position in the end.
Working side by side with an experienced and knowledgeable bankruptcy attorney will allow you to approach this process efficiently and to your maximum benefit. A bankruptcy attorney's assistance can allow you to focus on the future as opposed to the past.
If you have decided to file for bankruptcy, or have questions about filing for bankruptcy, in Ohio or Kentucky, it is important to consult with an experienced bankruptcy attorney who is knowledgeable in all areas of Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. This will ensure that you receive the best possible advice and representation to overcome your unique debt situation.
Bankruptcy Process in Ohio and Kentucky
At Steiden Law Offices, we pride ourselves on our quick response time and proactive representation, making the experience much easier for our clients. Our attorneys understand that this is a stressful time in your life and are here to provide a cost-effective service that immediately puts you on the right track.
Steiden Law Offices has helped individuals, families and businesses through the bankruptcy process for over 17 years, with 6,000 successful filings. We also understand that this is likely a point of desperation for many people, which has led us to value transparent communication and close client interactions.
Contact us at (888) 877-3328 or send an online message today to determine if bankruptcy is a viable solution for you. During your free, no-obligation consultation, we will provide you with information about all of your available debt relief options.
Our law firm has four locations, two in Cincinnati and one each in Covington and Florence, Kentucky. We represent individuals, families, and businesses in the Ohio cities of Norwood, Forest Park, Blue Ash, Montgomery, Reading and Springdale. In Kentucky, we proudly represent clients throughout the cities of Erlanger, Edgewood, Elsmere and Villa Hills, among many others.
The Bankruptcy Process
Many factors must be considered before implementing any bankruptcy strategy. You need to learn what type of bankruptcy you are eligible for, which assets are dischargeable, the stakeholders in a bankruptcy (debtor, creditor, trustee) and the fees involved with the specific type of bankruptcy you are filing, among other factors.
For your convenience, we have provided general information on many areas related to the bankruptcy process in Ohio and Kentucky, including:
- When to File for Bankruptcy
- Eligibility Requirements
- Bankruptcy Discharge
- Debtors Options
- Bankruptcy Fees
- Stages in Bankruptcy
- Involved Parties
- Frequently Asked Questions
Although this website contains valuable information regarding different aspects of the bankruptcy process in Ohio and Kentucky, there is no substitute for speaking to an actual lawyer. Each individual's situation is different, and no bankruptcy case is the same. After consulting with our attorneys, you will be able to determine whether bankruptcy is right for you, which chapter of the Bankruptcy Code to file under, and what your best options are.
Steiden Law Offices | Ohio and Kentucky Bankruptcy Process
Steiden Law Offices is a full-service law firm that will help you through every step of the bankruptcy process, with the highest levels of dedication and integrity. Our firm not only has a strong track record in helping find solutions to even the most complex of bankruptcy cases, we also have never once had an unsuccessful audit since opening our doors.
Call (888) 877-3328 or send an online message today to schedule a free consultation at one of our four office locations. Steiden Law Offices proudly serves individuals, businesses and families throughout Hamilton County, OH; Boone County, KY; and Kenton County, KY. This includes the cities of Covington, Florence, Cincinnati, North College Hill, Harrison, Madeira, Cheviot, Wyoming, Fort Mitchell, Taylor Mill, and Fort Wright.