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Covington:
+1-513-723-1600
Portsmouth:
+1-740-300-2022
Call For A No-Pressure, Free Consultation

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How should you choose a bankruptcy law firm?

| Apr 3, 2015 | Bankruptcy

You have been putting off the decision for as long as you can, looking for ways to avoid having to petition for bankruptcy. You have exhausted your finances, maxed out your credit, juggled your bills, perhaps even played hide-and-seek with collection agencies. But the time has come when you must face the unpleasant reality that bankruptcy may be the only practical option that you have left.

So you look in the phone book or search online for “Ohio bankruptcy attorney.” Only to discover that you have many, many law firms and solo practitioners to choose from. How do you know which one to select?

It is one thing to study bankruptcy in law school. And with some effort, many attorneys can learn the fundamentals of how bankruptcy works. But that does not mean that they are the best option for your unique circumstances. At Minnillo & Jenkins, we have practiced bankruptcy law for almost 20 years, and have helped thousands of clients to successfully navigate through the bankruptcy process, whether in Chapter 7, Chapter 13 or some of the other forms that the law allows.

We know that longevity and experience are important, but they are not all that matter when it comes to making your choice. At least as important are intangible considerations, such as treating you with respect, understanding your needs and your goals, helping you to understand your options, and to choose the one that is right for you (including alternatives to bankruptcy if they are available).

In other words, we know that bankruptcy is not about crunching numbers, or meeting filing dates, or filling out schedules and forms: it’s about people. It’s about you, and doing what is right by you. And we practice what we know.

Find out more about us, and what we can do for you, by further examining our website. Or call us with questions. Initial consultations are free of charge, so you have nothing to lose (and perhaps much to keep) by talking with one of our dedicated bankruptcy attorneys.

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