Dayton Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Lawyers
Attorney practicing in bankruptcy:
We know that Chapter 7 bankruptcy can provide many individuals dealing with excessive debt the opportunity to find a fresh financial start. We also know that the process can be intimidating, and many people have questions about the advantages and disadvantages of pursuing bankruptcy relief.
At Altick & Corwin, we think of ourselves as more than bankruptcy lawyers: We are a trusted legal adviser for the Dayton community. With roots going back 150 years, we have helped generations of Ohioans with their legal needs. We are proud to be here for those in our community when they need us most.
We offer a free initial consultation so you can get quick answers to your most pressing questions about bankruptcy relief. Call our Dayton office toll free at 888-542-3148 to speak with a lawyer.
Warren County Debt Relief Attorneys Serving Clients Throughout The Miami Valley
Regardless of what has led to your unsustainable debt — a sudden job loss, a medical crisis, other financial obligations — Chapter 7 bankruptcy offers a way to put the past behind you and begin building a positive credit history.
If you qualify for a Chapter 7 filing, we will be your guide throughout the process. Many people fear that their most valuable possessions will be taken away from them during liquidation, but in most cases, people are able to keep necessities like a car.
Once your filing is complete, many debts are discharged outright, allowing you to move on from your financial difficulties and get the “fresh start” that bankruptcy is designed to provide.
Discuss Your Debt Relief Options In A Free Consultation
There are many things to consider before deciding to file for personal bankruptcy. We are here to help you every step of the way. Contact our Dayton Chapter 7 bankruptcy attorneys for a free consultation to discuss your options for eliminating debt. Email us or call 937-608-9460, toll free 888-542-3148.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.