Helping our clients find the best solution through difficult times

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Medical emergencies, job loss, market downturns and other sudden events can put individuals and businesses into levels of debt that can seem impossible to get out of. It is important to remember that you still have options, including filing for bankruptcy.

At Monohan & Monohan, we help Kentucky and Ohio individuals and small businesses file for bankruptcy, as well as explore other options for debt relief and loan modification.

We understand how stressful this time is. You can rely on our extensive experience to get you through the process and make the most of the fresh start bankruptcy can provide.

Assisting Individuals With Personal Bankruptcy

Most individuals who file for bankruptcy file for either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Whether you are facing foreclosure, runaway credit card debt, unmanageable medical bills or difficult tax situations, we can help you determine the best options for your situation, which will depend on your income, assets and other factors.

Bankruptcy is a good solution for many people, but it isn’t the only possible solution; we can also help you identify loan modifications and other bankruptcy alternatives. There are certain types of debt that cannot be discharged under either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, such as student loans, but the ability to discharge most other forms of debt can lighten your overall load.

Get Help From A Bankruptcy Lawyer Today

Our team has decades of experience helping individuals and businesses file for bankruptcy. As a full-service law firm, we can also help you through related matters as well, including estate planning, family law and business law issues.

To get started, schedule a free consultation with one of our attorneys. We offer appointments at flexible times to best serve your needs. Call our Florence office at 859-795-4243, or send us an email to schedule an appointment.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.