Glendale, Ohio Bankruptcy Attorney
Richard West Law Office
We represent hundreds of clients through out Glendale, Ohio in Bankruptcy matters including Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. Get a Fresh start.
What to Look For With Any Glendale, Ohio Bankruptcy Attorney
Glendale, Ohio, zip code 45246, is a village in Hamilton County, Ohio, and it was founded in the year 1855. Glendale is considered on of the northern suburbs of Cincinnati, Ohio, and the village covers less than 2 square miles of land. The Historic District is located in this village and the population is around 2,200 people. While Glendale is a Cincinnati suburb there are many people in the area who have financial problems and mounting debt. Too often people feel like a chapter 7 bankruptcy or a chapter 13 bankruptcy is something to be ashamed of but this is not true. Good people have bad things happen. That does not make them bad people, just people who may be able to benefit from a bankruptcy claim and get some much needed debt relief.
There is no income tax in Glendale, Ohio, one of only four communities in the county that does not have this form of tax. This village has a reputation as a quiet and peaceful place to live, and it is close to major cities and attractions. If you are one of the people in the community who struggle with bills and worry about debts then it may be time to consult a bankruptcy attorney in Glendale, or a bankruptcy attorney in Cincinnati if necessary.
What should you look for when choosing a bankruptcy attorney in Glendale, Ohio though? You want someone with extensive experience filing both chapter 7 bankruptcy and chapter 13 bankruptcy, not a bankruptcy attorney fresh out of law school. The bankruptcy code is very complicated and there is a strict process that must be followed. Even a tiny mistake can have big consequences. Years or preferably decades of experience is a must for any Cincinnati, Ohio bankruptcy attorney that you choose. This will help you get the best possible results, and the debt relief that you are seeking.
The village symbol is the black squirrel, and there are no less than 25 statues of these creatures located near buildings downtown. The median household income for the village is a little over $100,000 but the poverty level is over 5% as well. Just because you have a six figure income this does not mean that you will not qualify for chapter 7 bankruptcy, or protection under another chapter of the bankruptcy code instead. In over 30 years of practice Cincinnati, Ohio bankruptcy specialist Richard West has represented many clients in this income bracket, and he explains that these individuals usually have higher expenses and debts along with the higher income.
For an overview of bankruptcy basics please visit the US Bankruptcy Basics website.