Solon Bankruptcy Lawyer
Serving all of Northeast Ohio
Do you need legal counsel but are unsure of where to go? Do you want expertise that is fair, honest, and has your best interests at heart? Are you located in or near Solon, OH?
If so, contact us at Moseman Law Firm.
At Moseman Law Firm, we endeavor to help clients understand and handle some of the most important legal matters they will encounter in life, including bankruptcy, probate, estate planning, real estate, and startup counsel.
We understand the majority of legal issues are rarely simple or enjoyable, particularly when they relate to your finances, family, or business. We also know the significant amount of strain and responsibility such matters place upon you. This is why, when working with you, it is our goal to handle your case with the expertise, care, and attention you deserve.
We don’t believe in using a “one size fits all” approach. Instead, we strive to work with each client and legal circumstance with a fresh perspective, open mind, and customized approach to common issues.
Whether you have questions about your current situation or are ready to move forward, we are here to help. You can contact us today and begin working with expert legal counsel capable of addressing the unique matters you are currently facing.
Solon, Ohio Bankruptcy & Estate Planning Law Office
The Bankruptcy Code was established by the United States Congress to offer people the ability to file for financial relief. The addition and removal of restrictions for filing for bankruptcy have changed through the years. Most recently, a change went into effect in October of 2005. These changes included the addition of education requirements for those who want to file for bankruptcy relief and income-based limits on filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. There are, of course, many considerations when deciding which chapter of bankruptcy relief to pursue, and an experienced lawyer can help you make that decision.
Managing the estate of a family member who has passed away can be a difficult and extremely emotional situation. That’s why it is so vital to get outside help from a legal expert that you can rely on to be fair and honest while guiding you through the probate process.
The ideal situation, of course, is creating an estate plan that covers precisely how you want your assets handled once you do pass away. It’s not something any of us want to think about, but it saves the stress and uncertainty that can come about when plans haven’t been put in place.
Statistics tell us that the majority of startups will fail. But there are some common reasons for that, one of which being that too many new business owners try to do everything themselves without the help and support they need.
That’s why we love working with new business owners to help them manage the legal details so they can focus on building a successful business.