Bankruptcy in Trotwood & Dayton
Helping Ohio Residents Achieve Bankruptcy Relief Since 2003
If you are no longer able to meet your obligations due to financial hardship, you may be considering filing for bankruptcy.
If you decide to do so, you will be stating that you’re incapable of meeting your debt payments on time. Should you be successful, an Ohio court will impose an order declaring you legally bankrupt, at which time you have the opportunity to make a fresh start wherever your debts are concerned.
The two most common bankruptcy options that Ohio residents pursue are Chapter 7 bankruptcy and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. As an experienced bankruptcy lawyer, Thomas D. Berry can review your financial situation and help to determine which option is best for you.