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Thinking positively about bankruptcy

On Behalf of | Jun 21, 2019 | Bankruptcy |

Bankruptcy in Ohio has the potential to be many things, but complicated does not have to be one of them. In fact, at Debra Booher and Associates Co., LPA, we often find that people think too much about the potential challenges. 

At our law office, we take a success-focused approach to every bankruptcy we handle. In this article, you can find some of the principles that inform our work. This should not be taken as legal advice, but it could help you take the first steps towards getting back in control of your financial future.

We approach every case expecting a successful bankruptcy plan. Before our initial consultations, we might not know which solutions will end up being the best for our prospective clients. Even so, we have confidence that every case of overwhelming debt has an optimal outcome. 

We also take a personal approach by getting to know our clients. There is no single solution that works for everybody. We see the bankruptcy application and payment process as a way to realize financial goals:

  • Keeping a family home
  • Stopping a sheriff sale
  • Preventing creditor harassment and bill collector calls
  • Forgiving overwhelming credit card debts

It is important to keep things simple. To start, we establish a baseline understanding of all of the different bankruptcy options available and the ways they could potentially be modified for every individual case. When we look at the facts of a case in this context, the best path forward is often relatively clear. 

Finally, especially in complex bankruptcy cases, our attorneys may rely on teammates here at the firm or on specialist outside professionals, such as accountants. You do not have to try to do everything alone, either. Please continue reading on our main site to find out more.


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