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Types of Bankruptcy
When deciding what is in the best interest for you and your family, filing for bankruptcy is something that many would ultimately hope to avoid. Although everyone would prefer to solve their financial obligations on their own, sometimes this is simply not the best course of action.
A wait-and-see approach when it comes to financial well-being can be disastrous, with the potential for unsustainable interest payments and aggressive creditors knocking at your door.
Taking realistic and decisive action to put your financial house back in order can save you a great deal of heartache and worry. The best way of doing so is to work with an Ohio or Kentucky bankruptcy attorney who can analyze your current situation and develop the most efficient course of action.
Chapter 7 bankruptcy and Chapter 13 bankruptcy are two of the most popular forms of legal financial protection in Ohio and Kentucky and may be your best bet when it comes to addressing your financial difficulties. Filing for bankruptcy can help you develop a sustainable payment plan or even discharge some of the debts you currently have. Bankruptcy can allow for a second chance, giving you the opportunity to correct your mistakes and get back on track.
Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky Bankruptcy Law Firm
At Steiden Law Offices, we are well versed on the subject of bankruptcy and will take advantage of the experience that comes from over 6,000 successful case filings. Practicing law for 25 years has given us a studied and in-depth understanding of a process that requires close attention to detail.
Eric Steiden and attorneys understand that many people in similar situations are at a point of desperation with regard to their finances, and are fully aware of the urgency that these processes have. Proactive, aggressive and thorough, our firm prides itself on its quick response time and focused attention on every aspect of your case. We are dedicated to our clients and provide quality, cost-effective representation when you need it most.
Our firm has two Cincinnati locations for residents in Ohio, along with two locations in Northern Kentucky, one each in Covington and Florence. With convenient offices in both states, residents can meet with the attorneys without the need to travel great distances. In addition to serving individuals, families, and businesses in these three cities, we proudly represent families and businesses throughout Hamilton County, OH; Kenton County, KY; and Boone County, KY.
Bankruptcy Law Practice Areas
We have a strong comprehension of various types of bankruptcy filings, along with the specific knowledge of Ohio and Kentucky bankruptcy court procedures. Our attorneys are also able to help individuals and families in particularly complex situations, such as a divorce and bankruptcy, as well as the procedure for those serving in the military who need to file.
Read more about types of bankruptcy and issues pertaining to bankruptcy in the following pages:
- Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
- Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
- Chapter 7 vs. Chapter 13
- Ohio Bankruptcy Court
- Kentucky Bankruptcy Court
- Small Business Bankruptcy
- Liens and Bankruptcy
- Bankruptcy and Divorce
- Military Service and Bankruptcy
- Types of Debt
- Foreclosure Defense
Steiden Law Offices | Types of Bankruptcy in Kentucky and Ohio
If you are dealing with financial issues stemming from unsustainable consumer debt or severe business expenses, Steiden Law Offices can help you get a second chance at fulfilling your personal American dream. We offer immediate and efficient solutions at a time where transparency and informed guidance are crucial.
During an inevitably trying and stressful time in your life, it is necessary to have someone at your side that is looking out for your best interests. We have seen firsthand what can happen when someone waits too long to fix their money problems. Our experienced bankruptcy team will stop creditor harassment and help you end the vicious cycle that develops from increasing debt.
To schedule a free and confidential consultation at one of our four locations, call (513) 684-9900 or send an online message today. Let us help you determine if bankruptcy is the right path for you and provide you with the guidance you need to meet your financial goals.