This article will discuss property division in divorce. What is property? Property can be real property, otherwise known as real estate. Property can also be personal property, which includes cash, financial and retirement accounts, vehicles, and household goods.
Under Ohio Revised Code 3105.171 (R.C. 3105.171
), there are nine factors that govern only the division of property: (more…)
A Sterling bankruptcy attorney represents Sterling residents in need of bankruptcy services. The Sterling bankruptcy lawyer prepares the client’s petition and other documents for filing in the Canton Division of the Northern District of Ohio Bankruptcy Court
. The Canton bankruptcy court handles cases from residents of the following counties: Wayne County, Stark County, Holmes County, Tuscarawas County, Ashland County, Carroll County, Richland County and Crawford County. The hearings for Chapter 7 bankruptcy cases are held at the trustee hearing room in the Ralph Regula Federal Building and United States Courthouse, 401 McKinley Avenue S.W., Canton, Ohio 44702. The hearings for Chapter 13 bankruptcy petitions are held in the same location as the Chapter 7 hearings. Canton Chapter 13 hearings begin with a mandatory informational class with the bankruptcy filers only, followed by the actual hearing with the Chapter 13 trustee
and the debtor’s attorney present. This class does not take the place of the mandatory financial management class. These hearings will not go forward unless the trustee has received all the required information and documentation in a timely fashion, as well as presenting photographic identification and a social security card. (more…)
A Hinckley bankruptcy attorney prepares the client’s bankruptcy petition for filing in the Akron Division of the Northern District of Ohio Bankruptcy Court. This bankruptcy court handles cases from Medina County, Summit County and Portage County. One judge presides over the court and a number of trustees handle the individual hearings, otherwise known as the first meeting of creditors. These hearings are also called 341 hearings, as they are defined in section 341 of the bankruptcy code (11 U.S.C. 341).
The location of the hearing depends on which chapter the individual filed. The hearings for Chapter 7 bankruptcy cases are held at the trustee hearing room at 76 S. Main Street, Atrium Level #120, Akron, Ohio 44308. Chapter 13 bankruptcy hearings are held at the Chapter 13 Trustee’s office, which is located at the PNC Center, One Cascade Plaza, 20th
Floor, Akron, Ohio 44308. Regardless of the chapter, these hearings will not go forward unless your bankruptcy lawyer has ensured that the trustee has received all the required information and documentation in a timely fashion, and the bankruptcy petitioner shows a photo ID and social security card at the hearing. (more…)
Are you in need of a Creston bankruptcy attorney?
A Creston resident seeking bankruptcy relief needs an attorney who practices in his or her jurisdiction. In other words, a Creston bankruptcy attorney. Here are some basic facts a Creston resident seeking a fresh start through bankruptcy needs to know:
Applicable bankruptcy court: Northern District of Ohio Bankruptcy Court, Canton Division.
Chapter 7 hearing location: Trustee hearing room in the Ralph Regula Federal Building and United States Courthouse, 401 McKinley Avenue S.W., Canton, Ohio 44702. (more…)
I am an experienced bankruptcy attorney that serves clients in the Akron and Canton bankruptcy courts. Clients who reside in the following counties are in the Akron court’s jurisdiction: Medina, Summit and Portage. Clients who reside in the following counties are in the Canton court’s jurisdiction: Wayne, Stark, Holmes, Tuscarawas, Ashland, Carroll, Richland and Crawford Counties.