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$30,000 Property Liens Removed From Cleveland Man’s Home After Filing Bankruptcy

A 70-year-old Cleveland man was facing a serious situation when various creditors began placing $30,000 in property liens on his paid off house. To make matters worse, the struggling man was behind on his utility payments and had overdrawn accounts at three different banks. Around the same time, the man was then involved in a car accident. Unfortunately, he did not have car insurance and his license was consequently suspended. With so many factors against him including, overdrawn bank accounts, no license or car, and substantial property liens, the man sought out the help of Luftman, Heck & Associates.

LHA bankruptcy attorneys represented the man and were determined to help his client out of financial ruin. We found filing bankruptcy to be the greatest benefit to him. Within 24 hours of successfully filing, the man had his utilities turned back on, his license was returned, his bank accounts were cleared out, all liens were removed from his house, and the car accident and vehicle reinstatement fees were essentially erased.

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