For businesses that are struggling with finances, bankruptcy can offer a business owner options to stay in business or to close the business. Bankruptcy can bring relief to a small business owner depending on the type of business and bankruptcy filed. Our Bankruptcy FAQ’s provide insight on which small or large business bankruptcy is best for your Columbus, Ohio business.
Under chapter 13 bankruptcy a small business, whether a sole proprietor or incorporated entity such as a limited liability company (i.e. LLC), can stay open and make monthly payments to creditors to pay off debt. If the business isn’t receiving enough income/revenue in a month then it can file under chapter 7 bankruptcy and close the business in an efficient and transparent manner. Our experienced team at Sheppard Law Offices will help decide which option is best for your business.
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Our Columbus bankruptcy attorney office is conveniently located in Hilliard, just east of I-270 off Cemetery/Fishinger Blvd. exit. Our Newark office is conveniently located off North 21st Street in the Newark Medical and Dental Office Complex. Our Mount Vernon office is conveniently located on the northeast corner of South Mulberry Street and West Gambier Street.
We accept various options for payment, including debit and credit cards. However, please be aware that we are not permitted to accept credit card payments directly from bankruptcy clients. Contact us today to schedule your free initial consultation with one of our tax or bankruptcy lawyers. We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for protection under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.
The Ohio law firm of Sheppard Law Offices represents clients in several counties in Ohio, including Franklin County, Delaware County, Licking County, Knox County, Stark County, and Summit County, as well as in communities such as Columbus, Dublin, Upper Arlington, Westerville, Newark, Granville, Utica, Mount Vernon, Massillon, Medina, Barberton, Dover and New Philadelphia.