Bankruptcy is a complex topic, and there is no one solution for everyone. Declaring bankruptcy can offer debt relief and is something to consider if you are in severe financial distress.
What We Do
We have experience helping people determine whether bankruptcy is the right solution for them. Our personal bankruptcy lawyers help clients in the northern Kentucky and Cincinnati area through Chapter 7 and 13 bankruptcy, foreclosure, repossessions and wage garnishment, and student loan debt.
If you are looking for a fresh financial start because of debt, bankruptcy may be the right choice, and our lawyers will represent you throughout the process. Contact us today to set up an appointment.
Filing for bankruptcy—or even just considering it—is very stressful. Common concerns include whether creditor harassment will continue, whether friends or family will find out, what kinds of debt can be alleviated and what can’t, and whether home loan modifications are available. We have the answers you are looking for, and the experience and expertise to help you get your life back on track.
Some Debts Cannot Be Discharged
No matter what type of bankruptcy you choose, certain debts cannot be discharged. These debts include:
Fraudulently obtained debts
Alimony, maintenance and child support
Debts for willful or malicious injury to another person or property
Government educational loans
Debts from death or personal injury caused by drunk driving
Debts incurred post-bankruptcy
Many debts, however, can be discharged. We can help you get the peace of mind and financial fresh start that you need.
Worried About Bankruptcy?
Get a free consultation regarding bankruptcy by calling our northern Kentucky office at (859) 781-9100 or emailing us today.
From our blog
Filing bankruptcy is different for each person, and we can help you determine what option is best for you and your unique situation. Here are some of the most common concerns and questions we hear about Kentucky bankruptcy rules so you can put your mind at ease before consulting with a lawyer.
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