We are a debt relief agency that helps people file Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases under the United States Bankruptcy Code
1031 E. Broad St.
Columbus, OH 43205
If you are contemplating a Chapter 13 bankruptcy proceeding, please call us at 614-444-5290 -- we would be honored to schedule an absolutely free, no-pressure consultation at our historic office building located at 1031 East Broad Street in downtown Columbus!
While many people view filing for bankruptcy to be a negative event, bankruptcy attorney Mark Herder positively believes that a Chapter 13 bankruptcy can undeniably help a person take control of their personal economic crisis -- financial empowerment! In addition to erasing most unsecured debts, ending creditor harassment and eliminating the stress associated with an imbalanced economic environment, some of the primary benefits of filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy include:
Chapter 13 bankruptcy can be extremely beneficial to recreating a secure financial future.
Call us today to find out how we can help you.
A chapter 13 bankruptcy is often a perfect solution for a debtor who simply needs some breathing room and time to catch up on payments. At the law office of bankruptcy attorney Mark Albert Herder, we work very hard to minimize the monthly Chapter 13 payment. We are extremely aggressive in asserting the legal rights of ALL of our clients.
Among many other features, Chapter 13 of the United States Bankruptcy Code offers individuals an opportunity to save their home from foreclosure and protect their vehicle from repossession. It usually enables individuals with regular and consistent income to develop a plan to keep their property while repaying only a very small portion of their debts. Under Chapter 13 bankruptcy, debtors propose a plan to make monthly installments to a Chapter 13 Trustee over three to five years (36 to 60 months).
For an immediate assesment, contact bankruptcy attorney Mark Albert Herder at 614-444-5290 today!
Foreclosure sales of real estate can be stopped;
Repossessions of vehicles and automobiles can be prevented;
Federal (IRS), State and local tax problems can be managed and resolved;
Struggling businesses can be rehabilitated;
Significant assets can be protected;
Unmanageable debts can be restructured; and,
Unaffordable and oppressive student loan payments can be
Forestalled (though nondischargeable).