Want to get rid of your credit card debt?

The Columbus, Ohio, bankruptcy attorneys at Jump Legal offer a number of debt solution options such as Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, or a variety of bankruptcy alternatives including a non-bankruptcy option, debt settlement.

Credit card debt is more prevalent than you may think! It is not uncommon for people to be burdened with more than $100,000 in just credit card debt. For that reason, we provide compassionate, non-judgmental legal guidance that gives you confidence and inspires you to take action.

Don’t let credit card companies intimidate you! We can help you succeed in the future, now.

If you are tired of being harassed by countless phone calls, take action now. You may be able to resolve your debt with a reduced lump sum payment, sometimes as little as 30% of what you owe.

Get rid of credit card debt with a Chapter 13 bankruptcy repayment plan

If you don’t qualify for Chapter 7 due to high income or other reasons, we can determine if a Chapter 13 repayment plan would best protect your rights. In a Chapter 13 plan, you would possibly pay only a portion of your credit card debt, and the remaining balance would then be eliminated at the end of the plan.

Keep your retirement and college tuition savings safe!

Contrary to what you may have been told, your retirement accounts are generally protected. In most cases, you can file without losing any of your retirement savings. If you have a college tuition fund, it’s safe too because retirement and college savings funds are protected under the Bankruptcy Code. For this reason, you need to learn your bankruptcy options before taking the drastic step of liquidating your retirement or college savings plan.

As credit card debt attorneys in Columbus, Ohio, we give you the opportunity to get rid of your credit card debt and change your life; but you can’t change your financial future until you start the process. Contact us today to schedule a free initial consultation; you will always speak with an attorney and all communications remain confidential.

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