We are bankruptcy attorneys located in Eastgate, Ohio.  We specialize in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy filings.


Are you struggling every month to make the bills and never getting ahead?  Lost your good job and just have not been able to replace the income at new employment?  Medical bills piling up?  Preparing to divorce?  Any of these are good reasons to consider filing for bankruptcy protection.  What is bankruptcy?  Bankruptcy is a federal code that will allow you to file for protection and discharge all of your unsecured debts under the federal bankruptcy code. Once you file for bankruptcy protection the creditors must stop all collection efforts against you.  This means that they cannot contact you by phone or by mail.  This also means that any court cases that are filed against you must be halted and if your paycheck is already being garnished the creditor must release this garnishment upon the filing of your case.


Hiring the right attorney is as important as the decision to file for bankruptcy protection.  You want to make sure you have an attorney who is experienced and knows the laws.  At the Law Office of Keegan & Co Attorneys LLC we specialize in bankruptcy.  For over 20 years with over 40 years of combined experience we have been concentrating on the practice of bankruptcy filings. We will be able to walk you through every step of the process and make it simple for you.

At our law office we offer you a free consultation.  At this free consultation  you will be able to sit down with one of your experienced and knowledgeable attorneys to discuss your individual situation.  They will guide you as to the best road for your to take to secure your financial future.  This road may or may not be bankruptcy.  However, if bankruptcy is the road for you at our office you may put down a small retainer fee to retain our office.  Once you have retained our office you may refer your creditors to us until your case is filed.  We will also accept payments during this time until your pay in full.  Once you pay in full we will file your case.  Once your case is filed the bankruptcy court will notify all of the creditors listed in your case by regular US Mail.  Once your case is filed the creditors must stop all collection efforts against immediately.

You will have a court date approximately four weeks after your filing date.  We will appear with you at this hearing.  After your hearing you will just be waiting for your discharge which will take approximately 120 days.


For more information check out our website at Keegan

Contact your Eastgate, Ohio bankruptcy attorney today to see if bankruptcy can give you the fresh financial start that you are looking for.