Law Firm: Cope Law Offices, LLC
Address: 6826 Loop Road, Dayton, Ohio, 45459

Website: http://www.copelawoffices.com
Phone: (937) 401-5000

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Biography:

Cope Law Offices, an Ohio bankruptcy firm, offers free consultations to individuals and small business who are looking for information about the financial relief offered by filing for bankruptcy protection under Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 of the US Bankruptcy Code. We offer one-on-one personal attention to every client. We will help you determine if filing for bankruptcy can help you meet your goals. We have offices conveniently located in Dayton, Centerville, Vandalia, Springfield, Mason, and Lebanon.

License:

Licensed to practice in the state courts of Ohio as well as in the Federal Courts for the Southern District of Ohio.

Education:

Judicial Doctorate degree from the University of Dayton School of Law, in Dayton, OH. Bachelors or Arts Degrees in Political Science and Psychology from the University of North Texas.

Awards:

CALI award for academic excellence from the University of Dayton School of Law; President's List at the University of North Texas; Avvo Rated for professional Excellence in the legal community.

Associations:

Better Business Bureau; National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys; American Bankruptcy Lawyers Forum; American Bar Association; State of Ohio Bar Association; Dayton Bar Association; Clark County Bar Association

Entries by Russ B. Cope

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