At Zingarelli Law Office, we provide total financial solutions. Solutions to overwhelming debt. Solutions to creditor harassment and illegal creditor tactics. Solutions to the threat of home foreclosure and repossession. And solutions to wage garnishment and the threat of heat and electricity disconnection.
Our goal when representing you will be to help you obtain maximum debt reduction while enabling you to keep as much of your property as possible.
You may feel as though you are hopelessly adrift with no land in sight. At Zingarelli Law Office, you will find lawyers who care about your future. We want to help you get a fresh start and the chance to begin again.
Zingarelli Law Office is not a “bankruptcy mill” that treats all bankruptcies the same. Instead, we provide personalized legal services tailored to each client, which may also include helping you with non-bankruptcy debt solutions, foreclosure defense in state court and other solutions that can help you regain your financial footing.
Your solution might be Chapter 7, Chapter 11, or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Or it might be one of the many alternatives to bankruptcy. We can guide you through the best solution to your debt, based on your unique financial situation and goals for life after bankruptcy.
When you meet with us for your no-obligation consultation, you will speak with an experienced bankruptcy attorney who is fully familiar with all aspects of federal, Ohio and Kentucky bankruptcy law.
Zingarelli Law Office is proud to offer discounted legal fees for veterans and members of the U.S. armed forces.
Contact Zingarelli Law Office today for a no-obligation consultation about your case. With offices in Cincinnati and West Chester, Ohio, our attorneys have worked with hundreds of individuals, families and small businesses throughout southwest Ohio and Northern Kentucky.
Ohio counties we serve include Hamilton County, Butler County, Clermont County and Warren County. Northern Kentucky counties we serve include Kenton County, Campbell County, Boone County, Gallatin County, Grant County and Pendleton County.