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Canton Ohio Bankruptcy and Tax Attorneys
No Bankruptcy or Tax case is too big or small, Sheppard Law Offices are here to help you along the way for the fresh start you deserve!
History of Canton
The city of Canton is the county seat of Ohio’s Stark County, known for its strong and highly diversified service economy. However, beneath the low unemployment rate and upscale developments downtown lies a group of individuals and small business owners whose primary concern is achieving debt relief.
Resolve Your Bankruptcy and Tax Issues!
Our lead attorney Kenneth L. Sheppard, Jr. has been handling bankruptcy and tax issues on a national scale since 2005, creating custom legal solutions for successful debt relief. Thus, you can place complete trust in our dedication and experience to protect your rights and best interests both in and out of the courtroom. Our goal is to help restore the peace of mind that you deserve.
At our Canton location, we proudly provide a full selection of bankruptcy and taxation law services, as follows:
At Sheppard Law Offices, we represent individuals and small business owners nationwide, who are facing IRS tax liabilities, penalties, and interest
problems. Many of our clients first need tax preparation services to resolve their tax problems, and we are ready to assist you against the IRS.
We offer Federal, State and Local Income Tax Preparation.
Visit our Canton Office Today
If you would like to obtain a detailed consultation regarding your bankruptcy and/or tax issues from a highly proficient bankruptcy attorney in Canton, OH, please contact our office today at:
4450 Belden Village St., NW
Canton, Ohio 44718
Affordable Chapter 7 Attorney Fees!
-Individual Filer – $750*
-Joint Filers – $800*
*price excludes obtaining credit reports for each debtor (court costs of $335 are paid by Client separately after bankruptcy filing date in 4 installment payments to the court)
Note: Payment Plans Available: $300 retainer to start the process with our Offices. Retainer is part of the overall total attorney fees.