Eliminate Debt With My Help

No matter how much you owe creditors, there is a solution. Contact me, attorney Nancy V. Jacob, for dedicated and experienced bankruptcy representation. With my help, you can stop debt collector harassment, lawsuits and garnishments and regain control of your finances with a fresh start under Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

How Does Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Work?

Chapter 7 bankruptcy is a way of making many, if not all, of your debts go away. Also known as "liquidation bankruptcy" or "straight bankruptcy," under Chapter 7 the court has the power to eliminate most types of debt, such as credit card debt, loan companies, medical debt and others as well as stop collection actions against you such as garnishments, lawsuits, repossession and foreclosures.

Individuals who file Chapter 7 bankruptcy are usually able to keep their assets. However, it is very important to work with an experienced attorney like me to claim the appropriate exemptions to protect your property.

Exemptions are the section of the law that protects an individual's property, such as home, vehicles, retirement accounts and many other kinds of property, from creditors and the bankruptcy court.

Chapter 7 bankruptcy may not work for everyone, but I will work with you to determine if it accomplishes your financial goals so that you can get a fresh start.

Your Guide Through The Entire Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Process

As your lawyer, I will discuss Chapter 7 bankruptcy with you and help you decide whether to pursue filing. Chapter 7 bankruptcy can be a complex process, but I have guided hundreds of people through bankruptcy court. I will make sure every filing is made and as much of your property as possible is protected.

Call For A Free Consultation

I offer free 30-minute consultations to all prospective clients. To schedule an appointment, please call 513-921-1400 or send me an email if you prefer. I serve clients throughout the Greater Cincinnati area of Ohio.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.