The Law Offices of Robert Ascenzo Ciotola (CHOT-uh-lah) have been providing local, experienced and dedicated bankruptcy services for 29 years.Legal issues and bankruptcy questions are frequently complex and individual. The information contained here is intended to be educational only. It is not intended to take the place of individual legal advice -- nor does it create an attorney-client relationship between the viewer and the law office.Atty. Ciotola is licensed to practice law in Ohio. The information contained herein pertains solely to bankruptcy filings in Federal Bankruptcy Courts in the State of Ohio.*We are a debt relief agency we help people file Bankruptcy Petitions to obtain relief under the Bankruptcy code.* ASSOCIATIONRobert Ascenzo Ciotola is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of The Ohio State University and a graduate of The Case Western Reserve School of Law. He has represented over 30,000 bankruptcy clients in the last 30 years, and he is a member in a number of legal organizations:*National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys *Chairman, Bankruptcy Committee of the Mahoning County Bar Association (1992-1999) *National Association of Consumer Advocates
A debtor who chooses to explore relief available under U.S. bankruptcy law should consult a qualified bankruptcy attorney. After evaluating the debtor's assets, income and necessary expenses, the Attorney can explain the options available.There are four kinds of bankruptcy proceedings: Chapter 7, Chapter 11, Chapter 12 and Chapter 13. Chapter 11 pertains to businesses, while Chapter 12 is similar to Chapter 13 but applies to family farmers.