Columbus Bankruptcy Lawyer

Providing Your Path To Financial Freedom

Anyone can lose control of their finances. Medical emergencies, unemployment, divorce and other obligations can overwhelm the coping abilities of even the most financially prudent person.

If you are in serious debt, you face a choice. You can free yourself from debt or you can remain a prisoner to it.

At Guerrieri, Cox & Associates, in Columbus, Ohio, we have helped thousands of indebted people throughout central Ohio to regain control of their finances by managing, and even eliminating their debts. Our experienced debt-reduction attorneys can free you from your debts and lead you to financial freedom using legal tools provided under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code and other laws:

  • Bankruptcy. Depending on your financial circumstances, our Columbus bankruptcy attorneys can help you to file for bankruptcy under Chapter 7 or Chapter 13. In doing so, we can eliminate most or all of your debts, while preserving your most important assets. Whether you are an individual homeowner with an upside-down mortgage, a married couple with medical debts and unmanageable student loans, a small-business owner in financial trouble, or a person with other serious financial difficulties, a bankruptcy can help you get back on track.
  • Alternatives to bankruptcy. Although bankruptcy is an extremely powerful tool for managing debts, not everyone is comfortable with it. Whenever advisable, our Ohio debt reduction lawyers help clients to explore debt consolidation, loan modification, mortgage modifications and other alternatives to bankruptcy.

Free Consultation | Debt Relief And Consolidation Attorneys Serving Franklin County And Central Ohio

At Guerrieri, Cox & Associates, we are committed to relieving our clients' debts. Contact us today for a free, initial consultation to discuss your circumstances and options. You can be free of debt sooner and with fewer sacrifices than you thought possible.

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