Sometimes the only way to deal with garnishments, judgments and liens is to file Bankruptcy. My office will share with you the requirements and benefits of Bankruptcy in a free 30 minute consultation.
We discuss the benefits of Bankruptcy; stopping Foreclosures & Repossessions, Wage Garnishment, Creditor Harassment, and how Bankruptcy laws work regarding Taxes, Child Support and Student Loans.
Timing is critical in all Bankruptcy cases. The Federal Bankruptcy Statute provides various time frames that factor into which debts are discharged and which assets are exempt in Bankruptcy proceedings.
Do not try to navigate Bankruptcy on your own.
We provide our clients with all the information they need to make well informed decisions about their financial situation.
Make the appointment that can stop the worry and make you and your family feel safe and secure. The appointment is FREE.
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Divorce can be an emotionally, financially and psychologically draining experience. In a free 30 minute consultation we discuss divorce in Kentucky by addressing the issues of equitable division of property, child support and visitation. Knowing the law in divorce with regards to your obligations and rights can help you decide on your next course of action.
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As an Attorney helping people for many years during a bankruptcy I have been able to aid many people. Clients have many questions such as chapter 13, 7, and what debts are dischargeable as well as what property can they keep. I’ll be glad to answer these questions, give me a call and set a free appointment to evaluate your personal situation.
I served in the U.S. Marine Corps during the Vietnam conflict in 1967 and 1968. I then served in the financial services industry for 20 years. I taught a Labor Law class as an adjunct professor and I began my law practice in 2001. I have four grown children and I live in Bellevue, Kentucky. As a voter I am a registered independent.
I practice law in Northern Kentucky. I seek to attract clients who are not prejudiced against any religion, race, gender or sexual orientation. I have social conscience and believe that our freedom and liberty are not license to exploit our neighbors and fellow citizens for as much as we can get from them. I believe that all work is noble and all who work are noble. I am much more concerned with what I can live with rather than what I can get away with.