Coshocton, Ohio Bankruptcy Attorneys

Why hire the attorneys at Zellar & Zellar in Coshocton, Ohio  as your bankruptcy attorney?

Those who live in Coshocton County, Ohio and throughout central and southeastern Ohio who are considering filing bankruptcy should consult with an experienced bankruptcy attorney who knows the law and can help you get a fresh start. Many businesses have closed in this area of Ohio causing financial hardship on the employees who have lost their jobs.  Often Bankruptcy relief is the best possible option.  However, bankruptcy is a complicated process that is subject to specific rules and procedures. Those who attempt to pursue bankruptcy without legal counsel often do not complete the process correctly or they do not achieve the desired result. Their cases are often dismissed not discharged.  Also shopping for cut rate prices and cut rate legal services is also problematic since you often have to represent yourself largely throughout the process.  The experienced legal team at Zellar and Zellar attorneys at law has guided many through the bankruptcy process successfully with excellent results  If you are considering bankruptcy and reside in the Coshocton, Ohio area, or anywhere in central or southeastern Ohio, in fact, contact Zellar and Zellar attorneys at law for a consultation. They have four offices throughout Central and Southeastern Ohio to serve your needs, including Zanesville, where Coshocton hearings are held, and Newark, Lancaster and Columbus, Ohio at Easton Oval.

When a bankruptcy is filed, it is important to be complete and thorough in the information provided. Failure to list certain debts and creditors may prevent those debts from being discharged. An experienced attorney will be able to identify all of the potential debts and creditors to make sure nothing is left out and counsel you concerning dischargeability of income tax debts, for example, or concerning options available for repayment of student loans at a reduced rate.  These are things a cut rate practitioner who files cases for a very low fee, will not assist the  client with these important considerations such as the importance of reaffirming on your home and the consequences of not reaffirming on your home to your credit reestablishment, or that various reduced repayment plans are available for student loans that are other wise non dischargeable.

Many are unaware that certain types of property are exempt from being liquidated by the Chapter 7 Trustee  in the bankruptcy. There are very specific rules and dollar limits on many types of property. By claiming these exemptions, you may be able to achieve the fresh start that bankruptcy provides and also maintain most or all of your of your property. The experienced bankruptcy professionals at Zellar and Zellar attorneys at law are knowledgable on the applicability of the bankruptcy exemptions and can counsel you concerning your right to discharge debts and to retain your assets and your dignity.

The bankruptcy process is subject to complex rules and procedure. Bankruptcy filers are evaluated and must go through the court process and the paperwork filed must meet certain criteria. Bankruptcy attorneys are very familiar with the rules, procedures and filing requirements. They can help you prepare the necessary documents and prevent your case from being dismissed, due to failure to comply with the rules.

If you are considering bankruptcy or simply have questions about your financial predicament and if there is any relief available to you under the bankruptcy laws, contact Zellar and Zellar attorneys at law to schedule a free  consultation. Zellar and Zellar attorneys at law can review your case and advise you if bankruptcy is worth considering. If you are a candidate for bankruptcy, they can represent you in the process and help guide you through the process. If you reside in the Coshocton, Ohio  or any other area in southeast or central Ohio, contact Zellar and Zellar attorneys at law tod

© Zellar & Zellar Attorneys at Law, Inc., 2016.  All rights reserved.  No publication without permission.