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Richard West Dayton Law Office – Bankruptcy Attorney Dayton, OH

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Richard West Law Office

Conveniently located at:

70 Birch Alley Suite 240,
Dayton, Ohio, 45440

Phone: (937) 224-3648

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Richard West is one of the most trusted bankruptcy lawyers in Dayton. Having once experienced hard times himself, he is committed to his clients in a way that sets him apart from other lawyers. He works hard each day to make debt relief simple for Fairfield families. We have four easy-to-find locations scattered across Ohio for your ease and convenience. Ranging from Fairfield to Fairborn, you decide which office is most convenient for you and we meet with you there.

Dayton Law Office Map

From the North (I – 75 S):

To get to our Dayton bankruptcy law office from the North, you should take I – 675 South to the exit for Indian Ripple Rd. Exit and turn right onto Indian Ripple Rd. Turn left onto Birch Alley Rd, our office is right past Panera Bread on the left-hand side of the street. From I-75, head south to Hwy 35, taking it East to I-675. Travel South to Indian Ripple Rd, following the same instructions as above. You can also take I-75 South to Hwy 741. Turn left onto W. Dorothy Ln. Continue East to Birch Alley and turn right. Our office is just past Panera Bread on the left.

From the South (I – 75 N):

To get to our Dayton bankruptcy law office from the South, take I – 75 North to Main St. and exit to the right. Turn left onto Hwy 741 and travel North for about a mile. Turn right onto W. Dorothy Ln. Continue East on Dorothy Ln until you cross County Line Road. Take your next right, Birch Alley Dr. Our office is just ahead on the left-hand side. An alternate route is to take I-675 North to Indian Ripple Rd. Turn left onto Birch Alley Rd, our office is right past Panera Bread on the left-hand side of the street.

From the West (HWY 35):

To get to our Dayton bankruptcy law office from the West, take Hwy 35 East to I-675. Veer right and merge onto I-675 Southbound. Continue South on I-675 to Indian Ripple Rd. Turn right onto Indian Ripple Rd. Turn left onto Birch Alley Rd, our office is right past Panera Bread on the left-hand side of the street.

From the East (HWY 35):

To get to our Dayton bankruptcy law office from the East, take Hwy 35 West to I-675. Veer right and merge onto I-675 Southbound. Continue South on I-675 to Indian Ripple Rd. Turn right onto Indian Ripple Rd. Turn left onto Birch Alley Rd, our office is right past Panera Bread on the left-hand side of the street.

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