Full-Service Bankruptcy Representation Throughout the Greater Cincinnati Area

The Cincinnati-based attorneys of The Law Firm of Droder & Miller offer full service bankruptcy representation throughout Hamilton County, southwest Ohio, and northern Kentucky. For a person filing bankruptcy, the debt relief process does not have to be complicated or worrisome. At The Law Firm of Droder & Miller, we provide comprehensive services and representation designed to complete the process quickly, efficiently and affordably. We also assist individuals with significant debt who are facing divorce and considering bankruptcy; we will help you sort out your options and protect yourself financially to the fullest extent possible.

Read more below about the bankruptcy process and how we can help. We also invite you to learn more about topics including:

Contact our bankruptcy attorneys for a no-obligation consultation. It could be the first step toward a brighter financial future.

The Bankruptcy Process — And How We Help

The Law Firm of Droder & Miller will provide complete representation in all aspects of your bankruptcy. In most cases, your only responsibilities will be to:

  • Provide us with information regarding your debts, assets and tax returns
  • Attend two credit counseling classes
  • Attend a brief hearing before the bankruptcy trustee

We will handle everything else. For most people, the bankruptcy process proceeds as follows:

No-obligation consultation — Our Cincinnati bankruptcy attorneys will review your situation and explain your debt relief options.

Creditor harassment stops — When you retain our firm, creditors and bill collectors should stop harassing you. Simply refer them to our office.

Foreclosure, repossession, garnishment and collection lawsuits stop — When we file bankruptcy for you, foreclosure actions, repossessions, garnishments and collection actions stop. You can focus on living your real life again.

Notification of creditors — The Bankruptcy Court will notify all of your creditors that you have filed bankruptcy. This gives them time to respond and attend the bankruptcy hearing, though, in reality, most creditors do not attend.

Development of a personalized debt relief planThe Law Firm of Droder & Miller will examine your debts and your assets to develop a debt relief plan designed to obtain maximum debt relief, while allowing you to keep as much of your property as possible.

Hearing before the bankruptcy trustee — About 30 to 60 days after your filing, a hearing will be scheduled before the bankruptcy trustee. Our firm will represent you at this hearing. Your only responsibility will be to answer a few questions.

In a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, your unsecured debts will be discharged 3½-5 months after the trustee hearing. In a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, your repayment plan should be approved. A Chapter 11 bankruptcy can help reorganize your assets and debts, as well as discharge some of your debt and save your business.

Read More or Contact Our Hamilton County, Ohio, Bankruptcy Law Firm

Read more below to learn about personal bankruptcy. For a no-obligation consultation, contact Nick Zingarelli at The Law Firm of Droder & Miller. We proudly offer discounts for veterans and members of the U.S. armed forces.

With an office located in Cincinnati, Ohio, the bankruptcy attorneys of The Law Firm of Droder & Miller represent clients in southwest Ohio and northern Kentucky. Ohio communities we serve include Batavia, Mason, Loveland, Middletown, Hamilton, Fairfield, Anderson, Western Hills, Blue Ash, Lebanon, Oakley and Liberty Township. Northern Kentucky communities we serve include Covington, Newport, Ft. Mitchell, Ft. Thomas, Florence, Burlington and Independence.

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

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Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

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Property Exempt from Bankruptcy

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Retirement Accounts and Bankruptcy

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Tax Debts and Bankruptcy

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International Assets and Bankruptcy

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Can I File for Bankruptcy a Second Time?

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Emergency Bankruptcy Filings

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Life After Bankruptcy

At The Law Firm of Droder & Miller, clients often ask us what they can expect after bankruptcy. We can’t promise that your life will become a bed of roses after your bankruptcy filing. What we can say is that you can have greater cash flow, rel… Read More