Would you like to live free from debt and calls from bill collectors?

Are you overwhelmed by debt?  Are creditors and debt collectors constantly calling you, your workplace, your family?

If you’ve reached the point that you’re falling farther and farther in debt with seemingly no way out, you probably should consider filing bankruptcy.  I can help you decide if bankruptcy is right for you, or if there are other ways to help you resolve your financial problems.  If bankruptcy is right for you, I will guide you through the process.  I will prepare and file your bankruptcy petition, represent you at the trustee’s meeting of creditors, and perform all other work necessary to obtain a discharge of your debts.  If there are other ways to help you resolve your financial problems, I will help you develop and implement a plan that will accomplish your goals.

Call now for your free consultation.  (937) 293-2392

You’ll be able to discuss your situation, review your options, and I will help you decide the best way for you to proceed.  My fees are reasonable, and if you need time to pay, we will set up payment arrangements that will work for you.

Qualified Experience

Unlike many attorneys that have no experience except in bankruptcy law, I have extensive experience in other areas as well as bankruptcy law, including family law (divorce, custody, support), civil and criminal litigation, and probate and estate administration, that can be of great benefit to you in the bankruptcy process.

Call Today for an Appointment.  (937) 293-2392.  I and my staff will treat you with the utmost courtesy and respect.

Convenient Location

My offices are conveniently located at 7501 Paragon Road, in the Kettering-Centerville area, adjacent to the Centerville Post Office.  Parking is plentiful and free.

Jerry A. Meadows, Attorney at Law
7501 Paragon Road
Dayton, OH 45459
(937) 293-2392
(937) 436-0008 Fax
jameadows@hotmail.com

In accordance with the Bankruptcy law, we are a debt relief agency.  We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy code.