Last updated Oct. 20, 2018. If you’ve ever run into a sudden, unexpected expense, you may have considered taking out a payday loan. Payday loans go by a variety of names, such as cash advance, payday advance, or deposit … [Read more...] about How Do Payday Loans Work in Ohio? Can Bankruptcy Help?
Last updated Sept. 26, 2017. What happens to my car if I file bankruptcy? The answer to that question depends on two major factors: what type of bankruptcy you file, and whether you own or lease your car. This post will … [Read more...] about What Happens to My Car if I File Bankruptcy in Ohio?
Last updated Nov. 28, 2017. If you are considering bankruptcy, you have probably found yourself wondering exactly what, if any, property you own can be taken to pay your creditors. In a bankruptcy case, your property is held in … [Read more...] about Ohio Bankruptcy Exemptions: What Property Can I Keep in Chapter 7?
Last updated May 30, 2017. Whether or not you are personally liable for the debts of your business depends on two factors: the structure of the business that you own and; the contract you signed with your lender. As a … [Read more...] about Business Debt and Personal Liability: Who is Responsible?
“Foreclosure” is simply a term used to describe the legal process used by your mortgage company, or any other mortgage lender (such as a bank), to take possession of your home. A foreclosure is really just a lawsuit in which the … [Read more...] about Ohio Foreclosure Laws: What You Need to Know
Last updated July 28, 2017. Yes, filing for bankruptcy will stop foreclosure in Ohio, or any other state for that matter, at least on a temporary basis. The minute a bankruptcy case is filed, an injunction known as the automatic … [Read more...] about Will Filing for Bankruptcy Stop Foreclosure in Ohio?