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How Filing Bankruptcy in Ohio Can Help With an Auto Accident

Tuesday, February 25th, 2014
A car accident can be a traumatic experience to encounter. It is something that happens when you least expect it and something you cannot foresee. Recovering from damages incurred in a car accident can be difficult. Sometimes the car insurance policy does not cover the entire bill and you can be left...

Keeping the Car and House When Filing Bankruptcy in Ohio

Tuesday, February 11th, 2014
What happens to your house and car when filing bankruptcy in Ohio? When you file bankruptcy in Ohio, you have options.  Just because you file bankruptcy doesn’t mean that you will lose your house or any vehicles that you own.  The court understands that one needs a place to live and transportation...

Filing Bankruptcy in Ohio When You Are Married

Thursday, February 6th, 2014
What options do I have if I am married and filing bankruptcy in Ohio?  When you are married and filing bankruptcy in Ohio, you have several options.  You have the option to file by yourself or with your spouse. If both spouses have debts that need to be eliminated then there is an option of filing...

Filing Bankruptcy in Columbus Ohio

Wednesday, January 29th, 2014
Filing bankruptcy in Columbus, Ohio doesn’t have to be painful.  An experienced Columbus Ohio Bankruptcy Attorney can make filing bankruptcy rather easy.  Filing bankruptcy in Ohio is very similar to buying a house.  You turn in documents such as paystubs and tax returns and then you will have a...

Receiving a Complaint in Foreclosure from the Court of Common Pleas

Wednesday, January 8th, 2014
If you have received a Complaint in Foreclosure from the Court of Common Pleas it is a matter of time before the bank tries to auction the property off at a sheriff sale.  There are many options that may be available to you, but action must be taken immediately before it is too late.  There are certain...

Prevent Tax Refund Garnishment When Filing Bankruptcy in Ohio

Tuesday, January 7th, 2014
You may be one of many Americans living in Ohio that depend on your tax refund each year to get by.  Having your tax refund levied by the IRS or other creditors can be financially devastating.  Filing bankruptcy in Ohio can help you protect your tax return and can prevent your tax return from being...

Eliminating a Second Mortgage When Filing Bankruptcy in Ohio

Friday, December 20th, 2013
There are many debts that you can be eliminated by filing a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Ohio.  One of the debts that you can be eliminated in a bankruptcy filing is a second mortgage or a home equity line of credit.  In order to eliminate the second mortgage or home equity line of credit...

Get Rid of Most of Your Debt When Filing Bankruptcy in Ohio

Wednesday, December 18th, 2013
You may be one of many Americans living in Ohio thinking about filing bankruptcy.  Filing bankruptcy can help if you are struggling to make minimum payments on your bills or have an abundant amount of debt that you know you won’t be able to pay off in a reasonable amount of time.  Filing bankruptcy...

Benefits to Hiring an Experienced Attorney to File Your Bankruptcy in Ohio

Tuesday, December 17th, 2013
There are many benefits to hiring an experienced attorney to file your bankruptcy.  An experienced bankruptcy attorney will be able to ensure that your case gets filed correctly and will be able to make sure that the proper notices will be sent to the necessary parties.  Hiring an experienced bankruptcy...

How Can Filing Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Ohio Stop a Wage Garnishment?

Wednesday, December 11th, 2013
Many Americans living in Ohio are looking at bankruptcy to prevent or stop a wage garnishment.  Filing bankruptcy in Ohio automatically stops a wage garnishment by Federal law.  Filing bankruptcy in Ohio will stop or cease all creditor collection efforts against you including stopping a lawsuit from...

Rebuilding Your Financial Future by Filing Bankruptcy in Ohio

Thursday, December 5th, 2013
Many Americans living in Ohio are filing bankruptcy to rebuild their financial future.  Bankruptcy doesn’t just eliminate most debts.  Bankruptcy can also increase your credit score.  Most people who file bankruptcy in Ohio their credit score will increase by an average of 125 points after the bankruptcy...

The Law Office of M. Sean Cydrus Wishes Everyone a Happy and Safe Thanksgiving

Thursday, November 28th, 2013
The Law Office of M. Sean Cydrus would like to wish everyone a happy and safe Thanksgiving. We hope that your day is filled with happiness and love. We would also like to give thanks to all of our current and past clients. Feel Free to Contact Us if You or Anyone You Know Needs Help Filing Bankruptcy...

What’s the Difference between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy in Ohio?

Wednesday, November 27th, 2013
Both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 are personal bankruptcies that will eliminate most debts or bills such as credit cards, medical bills, personal loans, utility bills, and items that are in collections.  You can also eliminate evictions, repossessed vehicles, foreclosed homes, reinstatement fees with the...

Getting a Fresh Start Financially When Filing Bankruptcy in Ohio

Monday, November 25th, 2013
You may want to consider filing bankruptcy if you are struggling to make minimum payments on your bills or have an abundant amount of debt you know you won’t be able to pay off in a reasonable amount of time.  Many Americans living in Ohio are filing bankruptcy to restore their credit so that they...

What Happens to Your House and Car When Filing Bankruptcy in Ohio

Thursday, November 21st, 2013
When you file bankruptcy in Ohio, you have options.  Just because you file bankruptcy doesn’t mean that you will lose your house or any vehicles that you own.  The court understands that one needs a place to live and transportation to carry out everyday tasks such as work, school, and family obligations. ...

Filing Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Columbus Ohio

Wednesday, November 20th, 2013
You may be one of many Americans living in Ohio contemplating filing a Chapter 7 bankruptcy.  Chapter 7 bankruptcy is where you eliminate most debts where you don’t have to pay back unless it is a house or car that you choose to keep and maintain payments.  There are many benefits received from filing...

Buying a House after Filing Bankruptcy in Ohio

Thursday, November 14th, 2013
If you are not able to get financed for a house do to your credit, you may want to explore your options with filing for bankruptcy.   Many times the bank won’t sign off on the mortgage loan if there are unpaid balances lingering on your credit report.  The bank will often ask that all outstanding...

Stop a Utility Disconnection Today by Filing Bankruptcy in Ohio

Friday, November 8th, 2013
After a utility bill gets so high, the utility company will send you a notice to shut off your utilities. This can create a disaster not having the ability to use a refrigerator, stove, hot water, and other major appliances. In many situations, the money the utility company asks for you simply do not...

Getting Your Driver’s License Reinstated after Filing Bankruptcy in Ohio

Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013
Filing a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Ohio can help you get your driver’s license reinstated.  Filing bankruptcy doesn’t only eliminate most of your debts, but can also help you get your driver’s license back from suspension. Ohio law considers reinstatement fees as a debt that may be...

Get a Vehicle Back From Repossession Today by Filing Chapter 13 Bankruptcy in Ohio

Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013
Getting your vehicle repossessed can make everyday living even more difficult especially when you have children.  Times can become even worse when the lender or creditor won’t work with you.  Sometimes you can get the vehicle back by paying the full balance of what you are behind in addition to the...