Ohio Bankruptcy Attorneys

Serving Cincinnati

At Minnillo & Jenkins, CO. LPA, we have helped thousands of people throughout southern and central Ohio get debt relief. Our experienced attorneys and staff are skilled professionals, with the systems and resources needed to efficiently handle consumer bankruptcies.

Contact us today for a free consultation.

Affordable Flat Fees, Responsive Service

Minnillo & Jenkins, CO. LPA, provides comprehensive representation with responsive service for affordable flat fees. We also offer payment plans. When you retain our firm to file your bankruptcy petition, you will know the exact cost up front. If you are filing Chapter 13 bankruptcy, we can even roll our fee into your three- to five-year payment plan.

Can I Afford Bankruptcy?

The real question you should ask yourself is: can I afford not to address my debt problems?

Pay attention to the warning signs that indicate trouble, such as using one credit card to pay off another or dipping into your retirement accounts. These are indications that your financial future is at risk. Without proactive measures on your part, chances are your finances will not improve, and they could get worse. You should speak with an experienced bankruptcy attorney at Minnillo & Jenkins as soon as possible.

We can review your situation and provide objective advice regarding your debt problems. If filing bankruptcy can help in this regard, we will chart a course designed to reduce or eliminate your debts while enabling you to keep as much of your property as possible. If bankruptcy is not the right solution for you, we will tell you so.

Your first consultation is free and you will be under no further obligation. Take the first step toward a brighter financial future by calling us today.

Contact Our Firm

For a free initial consultation with an experienced Ohio bankruptcy lawyer, contact Minnillo & Jenkins, CO. LPA. We have offices located in Cincinnati.

We are a law firm and a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.