Ohio Bankruptcy Attorneys
Other Offices: Cincinnati, OH Dayton, OH
Law Firm OverviewFesenmeyer Cousino Weinzimmer is a bankruptcy and debt relief firm with offices in Columbus, Dayton, and Cincinnati, Ohio. The firmís practice area includes include Chapters 7 and 13 bankruptcies, bankruptcy for the self-employed, tax and student loan debts, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) stop collection harassments and lawsuits, foreclosure defense including loan modification and negotiations, repossessions, title loans, payday loans/check advancing laws, and wage garnishments.
The firmís legal team provides advice and assistance for clients struggling with financial issues throughout central and southwestern Ohio. They offer skilled and personalized case evaluations and counsel regarding debt relief options, including debt settlement negotiations with creditors.
Fesenmeyer Cousino Weinzimmer attorneys have nearly 35 years of combined experience and are highly knowledgeable in bankruptcy and debt relief. Their goal is to help clients understand all of the available options and how to implement the best solutions based on their individual situations.
Areas of Law
Additional Areas of Law: Bankruptcy for the Self-Employed; Chapter 13 Bankruptcy; Chapter 7 Bankruptcy; Stop Collections and Lawsuits; Student Loans and Bankruptcy; Tax Debt and Bankruptcy; Payday Loans/Check Cashing; Repossessions; Stop Lawsuits; Title Loans; Wage Garnishment.
Mrs. Courtney A. Cousino
Bankruptcy, Credit and Mortgage, Debt Relief, Debtor and Creditor, Insolvency
Mrs. Danielle R Weinzimmer
Bankruptcy, Credit and Mortgage, Debt Relief, Debtor and Creditor, Employment
- American Bar Association
- Columbus Bar Association
- Ohio State Bar Association
- National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys
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