Bankruptcy Attorney in Batavia, Oh

Swartz Law is a boutique law firm with a focus on providing the highest quality legal representation in Southwest Ohio. Swartz Law is uniquely positioned to assist in solving many legal problems, including harassing creditor calls, a loved one passing away, a divorce or dissolution, a need for a will, or even just a sale of real estate.

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Ohio Estate Tax repealed!

Back in June of 2011, the Ohio Legislature passed what is known as House Bill 3, which repealed the estate tax. Beginning with January 1, 2013, the estate of any person who passes away on or after January 1, 2013, will not have to worry about losing any of its assets to taxes for Ohio. […]

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New Employee Rights Notice Requirement

Beginning on January 31, 2012, there is a new notice of employee rights posting requirement from the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”).  The new notice requirement will mandate certain legal employers to post a notice that outlines an employees’ rights under the National Labor Relations Act, including rights to form, join, or assist a union […]

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Bankruptcy Credit Counseling Must Be Fully Complete Prior To Filing Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy Credit Counseling Must Be Fully Complete Prior To Filing Bankruptcy The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit Court recently decided the case of In re: William Warren Ingram, debtor, 2011 FED App. 0017P (6th Cir.) that began as a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy case in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Northern […]

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The World Won’t End in 2012, So Plan For Your Future Now.

We’ve all heard the news by now that the Mayan Calendar ends on December 21, 2012, and that is a predictor of the end of the world.  Fortunately, ending the world isn’t that easy! Remember the Y2K scare?  The end of the world was supposed to happen then too as the computers were all going […]

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