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Kari Yeomans, Attorney at Law

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Cincinnati Bankruptcy Lawyer

  • Harassing phone calls
  • Persistent creditors
  • Garnishments
  • Mounting debt
  • Lawsuits

Once you fall behind on your payments to creditors, it can be difficult to get back in control of your finances. Before you know it, you are receiving harassing phone calls and letters from creditors, late or default notices, or potentially a notice of foreclosure. If you have fallen into this dangerous path and can't get out, we can help. Kari Yeomans, of the Cincinnati law firm of Lutz, Cornetet, Meyer & Rush, Co., L.P.A., provides bankruptcy help to clients in need of debt relief.

Contact Kari Yeomans now for a fast, free consult to get you back on the road to recovery.

Our firm assists clients in filing for bankruptcy under Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 of the Bankruptcy Code. Our knowledge of bankruptcy laws enables us to help clients understand bankruptcy and the options available to them. In the initial consultation, we obtain a clear picture of your current financial situation. We offer guidance so that you understand which method of bankruptcy you are eligible for as well as which method is appropriate for you and your family.

  • Chapter 7 bankruptcy (debt relief): Chapter 7 bankruptcy allows debtors to discharge eligible debt, such as credit card debt, medical bills, overdue utility bills, and other debt. However, some people may not be eligible for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. For these individuals, Chapter 13 bankruptcy may still be an option.
  • Chapter 13 bankruptcy (debt reorganization): Chapter 13 bankruptcy allows debtors to reorganize debt into a 3-5 year repayment plan. Under the plan, one manageable monthly payment is made to a bankruptcy trustee who will disburse payment to your creditors. In addition, a portion of eligible debt may be discharged at the completion of the repayment period.

Put an end to creditor harassment.

Once you have filed for bankruptcy, creditors can no longer pursue you for debt collection. In addition, under Chapter 13 bankruptcy, foreclosure actions can be effectively stopped and you may be able to keep your home.

Kari Yeomans

Lutz, Cornetet, Meyer & Rush, Co., L.P.A.

123 Boggs Lane
Cincinnati, OH 45246

Phone: 513-771-2444 ext. 104
Fax: 513-771-2447