A 49-year-old Sheriff’s deputy in Akron, Ohio recently suspected that filing bankruptcy might be necessary after her husband suffered an untimely stroke. The medical expenses became too much for her to bear alone and before realizing it, they were in debt over $150,000. Between the medical debt and a payday loan, the woman was struggling to stay afloat financially. Searching for help, the woman called Cleveland bankruptcy attorney Matthew Alden of Luftman, Heck & Associates.
Attorney Alden took responsibility in his client’s case and filed bankruptcy on behalf of his client. Prior to the conclusion of her bankruptcy case, our client received a notice showing that she owed on the payday loan. Using his experience in previous bankruptcy cases, Alden sued the law firm and payday lender, successfully settling with the firm and resolving all issues.
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