Cincinnati Bankruptcy Planning Attorneys

Filing for bankruptcy is a momentous act that should be handled with care and attention to detail. Before you file for bankruptcy, it is important to take every possible legal step to protect assets and ensure a healthy post-bankruptcy future.

At The Rose Law Office, our attorneys offer knowledgeable and highly ethical advice regarding bankruptcy planning. If you are ready to file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, our Cincinnati bankruptcy planning lawyers are prepared to guide you through every step of the process.

Maximizing Exemptions In Bankruptcy

You can engage in a certain amount of exemption planning prior to bankruptcy. Remember, however, that there is a point at which exemption planning may be viewed as bankruptcy fraud. Exercise caution when planning for bankruptcy. It is always advisable to consult with a knowledgeable bankruptcy lawyer before making any important decisions.

Some of the bankruptcy planning options you may wish to explore include:

  • Converting nonexempt assets into exempt assets; for instance, using nonexempt money from your bank account to buy food, clothing and other necessities.
  • If you recently moved from one state to another, filing for bankruptcy in the state with the more favorable bankruptcy exemptions.
  • Timing your bankruptcy so you can receive your tax refund, rather than have it seized by the bankruptcy trustee.

An experienced bankruptcy lawyer can help you plan for bankruptcy without running afoul of bankruptcy statutes. Our attorneys are here to help you achieve your debt relief goals while retaining ownership of as much property as possible under the law.

Contact Us To Begin Creating Your Bankruptcy Plan

If you have questions regarding bankruptcy law and debt relief, our lawyers are here for you. Contact us today online or by telephone at 513-729-7196 to arrange a consultation with an experienced Cincinnati, Ohio, bankruptcy lawyer.

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