You Can Overcome Your Debt

Kathleen DonnellyMany of us know the feeling of being weighed down by credit card bills, medical bills, mortgage payments and other financial pressures. When your unpaid balance gathers interest every month, it can quickly grow to an overwhelming size. Even in ordinary economic times, it can be hard to pay down this kind of debt. When you lose a job, get sick or suffer another major setback, debt can seem almost impossible to manage.

There is hope. At the Cleveland, Ohio, law office of Kathleen Donnelly, we help people like you to escape from under mountains of debt. We review your case and help you find a solution that meets your needs.

Many Strategies And Options To Choose From

While it's very common for people to struggle with debt, the specific details of each person's financial troubles can be very different. A solution that works for some people won't work for others. Fortunately, there are many options available to help you get out of debt.

Bankruptcy lawyer Kathleen Donnelly often helps clients reduce their debt through a Chapter 13 bankruptcy repayment plan. For clients in more serious financial trouble, she can help with filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. She can also help people understand how to rebuild their credit after a bankruptcy, so that they will exit the process stronger than ever.

Personalized Solutions For Your Needs

As a solo practice, the law office of Kathleen Donnelly can give each case the attention it deserves. We begin with a free initial meeting to learn about your financial circumstances and begin working on solutions that fit your needs. After the initial consultation, the fees for our services are set on a sliding scale, according to your circumstances and the complexity of your case.

Located just minutes from the bankruptcy courthouse in Cleveland, the law office of Kathleen Donnelly is conveniently located for people from all over Northern Ohio, including Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lorain, Summit and Medina counties.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code. 11 USC Section 528(a).