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Lawrence & Associates Help Cincinnati Firefighter Get Workers’ Compensation Benefits

The following post is part of our Law Student Blog Writing Project, and is authored by Joseph Lowe. Lowe is a law clerk here at Lawrence and Associates, and is pursuing his Juris Doctorate at NKU Salmon P. Chase College of Law. Lawrence & Associates pays attention to the law. You probably … [Read more...]

The Intersection of Personal Injury and Bankruptcy: What Happens When Your Personal Injury Claim Intersects with the Defendant’s Bankruptcy

The following post is part of our Law Student Blog Writing Project, and is authored by Thomas Rovito, who is pursuing his Juris Doctorate at the Ohio State University. Note from editor: This article discusses federal law and cites to sources outside the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky area. If … [Read more...]

What Does a Bankruptcy Attorney Do in the Eastern District of Kentucky?

Hiring a bankruptcy attorney can be expensive. Although Lawrence & Associates doesn’t charge any upfront fees for a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, many other Northern Kentucky* law firms charge up to two thousand dollars before the bankruptcy is filed. All law firms charge the court’s filing fees and … [Read more...]

Medical Bills and Bankruptcy: Can filing a bankruptcy affect my medical bills?

The following post is part of our Law Student Blog Writing Project, and is authored by Jennifer Tressler, who is pursuing her Juris Doctorate at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law. Seeing medical bills pile up is one of the most stressful and overwhelming experiences a family can go … [Read more...]

Man Claims to be the CEO of Lawrence & Associates

We need your help! Unfortunately someone in another country by the name of Thomas Lawrence is claiming to be the CEO of Lawrence & Associates on Facebook. According to Facebook’s Community Standards, there is nothing wrong with this person claiming to be our CEO, but it is hurting our firm’s … [Read more...]

New Bankruptcy Rules

On December 1, 2017, a series of new Federal and EDKY bankruptcy rules went into effect. Most of these changes are procedural and will not have a direct impact on a clients’ eligibility or decision to file one chapter of bankruptcy over another. However, these changes must be carefully considered … [Read more...]

Discharging Student Loan Debt Through Bankruptcy – Choosing Your Path Forward in the Northern Kentucky Bankruptcy System

The following post is part of our Law Student Blog Writing Project, and is authored by Thomas Rovito, who is pursuing his Juris Doctorate at the Ohio State University. One of the few things more frightening than end of term finals for students is crushing loan debt after undertaking an … [Read more...]

How Are Kentucky Bankruptcy Trustees Paid, and How Does That Affect My Bankruptcy?

Bankruptcy Trustees come in several flavors. The Covington Division of Kentucky’s federal bankruptcy courts alone have three Chapter 7 bankruptcy trustees, one Chapter 13 bankruptcy trustee, a United States Trustee, and occasional special trustees that might be appointed to oversee especially … [Read more...]

The Law Is on Your Side! Legal Recourse for Creditor Harassment After Filing for Bankruptcy in Kentucky

The following post is part of our Law Student Blog Writing Project, and is authored by Thomas Rovito, who is pursuing his Juris Doctorate at the Ohio State University. The bankruptcy process is designed to provide debtors with relief from their creditors through a structured legal process. As … [Read more...]

Filing Bankruptcy to Avoid Foreclosure in Northern Kentucky

The following post is part of our Law Student Blog Writing Project, and is authored by Raphael Jackson, a law student from the Chase School of Law. Some Kentucky residents at a certain unfortunate period in their lives may find themselves in a position in which they must consider the option of … [Read more...]