At Zingarelli Law Office, we will take the time needed to review your situation, describe the bankruptcy process and explain the cost of our services. We encourage potential clients to think it over first before retaining our firm.
There are times, however, when you may need legal representation sooner rather than later. Our Cincinnati bankruptcy attorneys can act quickly to file an emergency bankruptcy petition in southwest Ohio or northern Kentucky to:
Contact Zingarelli Law Office today for a no-obligation consultation with a Cincinnati bankruptcy lawyer. If an emergency bankruptcy filing is necessary, we will act quickly to protect your rights and assets.
As with other legal matters, it is always better to get legal representation as soon as possible. By addressing a debt problem sooner rather than later, you can better protect your assets and stop the accumulation of penalties and interest charges. You can put an end to creditor harassment and the threat of garnishment.
If you are having trouble paying your bills, are behind on your mortgage or are the subject of a garnishment, judgment or lien, do not delay. Call us today at 513-381-2047 in Ohio for a no-obligation consultation. It won’t cost you anything, and there is no further obligation. You will come away from that meeting with a clear understanding of your options.
Zingarelli Law Office can stop a foreclosure at any time up until the foreclosure sale. By filing a bankruptcy petition, we can stop the foreclosure process in its tracks. A Chapter 13 bankruptcy can allow you to keep your home and get current on your payments. A Chapter 7 bankruptcy can delay a foreclosure, giving you an opportunity to find new living arrangements. An attorney at our firm can review your situation and prescribe the right debt relief solution for you.
To learn more about your options, contact Zingarelli Law Office online or call 513-381-2047 today for a no-obligation initial consultation. With an office in downtown Cincinnati, Ohio, we serve clients throughout southwest Ohio and northern Kentucky.