Keegan & Co Attorneys, LLC will help you with your debt struggles. We will answer your questions about Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 cases, wage garnishments, stopping foreclosures and stopping auto repossessions. Our office provides personal attention from the moment we meet until your case is completed.
Chris Keegan, Attorney
In 1988, my career began in Clermont County as Assistant County Prosecutor. After that, I went into general legal practice. I opened the current firm in 1992 as a general practitioner. Over the years I continued to gravitate to the practice of bankruptcy law.
Bankruptcy practice is rewarding because of the tremendous good I can do for people. The bankruptcy code is powerful. I get satisfaction using it to help ordinary people stop a forclosure, get their repossessed car returned, end a wage garnishment, and get relief from abusive collection practices. It is rewarding to see a client enjoy peace of mind and a fresh financial start.
Almost all of our clients have suffered financial hardship due to an unforeseen situation such as job loss, sick child or parent, health issues or divorce. It is our firm’s focus and privilege to thoroughly understand and implement the bankruptcy code on behalf of our clients. We have handled thousands of bankruptcy cases with very successful results.
Keegan & Co Attorneys has been in the same location for over 28 years, has over 50 years of combined bankruptcy experience and has thousands of satisfied clients.
- Law Degree from the University of Cincinnati
- Focusing on Bankruptcy Law in Southwest Ohio for over 30 Years
- Former Assistant Prosecuting Attorney
- Member of the Bar Association Bankruptcy Committee
Christopher Travis, Attorney
- Graduate of Syracuse University College of Law
- Admitted to practice in 1997
- Admitted to practice in Ohio, the United States District Court Southern District of Ohio, Western District of Michigan and Northern District of Indiana.
- Native of Cincinnati focusing in the following legal areas:
- Bankruptcy Law
- Consumer Protection
- Representing Debtor’s under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
- Criminal Defense
In 1997, after graduating from Syracuse University College of Law, I was admitted to practice in Ohio. Initially, I became a public defender in the Hamilton County Public Defender’s office. While there, I became acutely aware of predatory lenders, buy-here-pay-here car lots that sell lemons for twice their value and people hit hard by unexpected loss of employment and other financial tragedies. I learned more about the world of unscrupulous employers paying off-the books and not paying overtime as required. Soon thereafter, I entered into private practice and began representing consumers in need.
My practice is focused on Chapter 7 and 13 Bankruptcy and employment matters. Prior to considering bankruptcy, my clients have made legitimate attempts to pay their debts or they have made reasonable settlement offers to their creditors. People do not take lightly the decision to seek discharge of their debts in Bankruptcy. I enjoy counseling my clients about the relief available under the law and helping a family look to a brighter future.
I have great respect for the struggles of business owners, most of which value the work of their employees and respect the protections the law provides them. When the employer instead takes advantage of workers, both the employee and their family suffer. When this happens, I enjoy protecting a worker’s rights.
It is a great experience to be a part of Keegan & Co., Attorneys, where both attorneys and staff care about clients. Here, we take the concerns of our clients seriously and we take pride in being responsive to the needs of our clients.
Denise Richards, Paralegal
It is my pleasure and responsibility to our clients to make the process of filing bankruptcy easy and comfortable. After fifteen years at Keegan & Co Attorneys, LLC, I know that our clients rely on me to guide them through the bankruptcy process and on their way to a better life. I get tremendous satisfaction helping clients through the Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 cases and beyond.
Cary Estes, Administrative Assistant
My motto is “Clients First”. It is my goal and desire to help make your experience at Keegan & Co Attorneys seamless, comfortable and easy. If it needs done, if it needs figured out, I’m up for the challenge! Here, attorneys and staff work tirelessly toward the goal of helping people. Here you and your family will be treated with compassion and understanding. It is rewarding to be on an amazing team devoted to helping people get their financial life back on track. I look forward to meeting you!
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