February 2018

In Ohio and throughout the country, bankruptcy is identified by its chapters, most commonly Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 for consumers, and Chapter 11 for businesses. In fact, the chapters of bankruptcy have become ingrained in our culture, with people saying a struggling business may need to “file Chapter 11”. If you are struggling to […]

Chapter 13 Many¬†financial hardships manifest themselves in¬†neglected bills, including income taxes, child support, monthly mortgage payments, among others. Chapter 13 Bankruptcy establishes payment plans so individuals from all walks of life retain financial control. In summary, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy halts foreclosures, delays repossession of one’s home, and keeps the IRS from making contact regarding unpaid […]