Ms. Esq


Bankruptcy Attorney with 30 Years Experience

Ohio, U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Southern District of Ohio

Columbus, OH 43215

About Ms. Esq

Ms. Esq is a bankruptcy attorney in Columbus, OH admitted to practice in Ohio, U.S. Bankruptcy Court and Southern District of Ohio since 1990 with additional expertise in divorce, family law and juvenile law..

Ms. Esq has 30 years experience.

They are registered and advised by the Columbus Bar Association.

Ms. Esq's office is located at 130 E Chestnut St Columbus, OH 43215.

Practicing in jurisdictions

  • Ohio

    Admitted in 1990

  • U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Southern District of Ohio

    Admitted in 1990

Associations

  • Ohio State Bar

    Member

  • Columbus Bar Association

    Member

Education and training

  • Capital University

    J.D | Law

    1986 - 1990

  • University of Louisville

    B.S | Political Science

    1981 - 1986

Languages

  • English

Websites

Ms. Esq's Office Location

130 E Chestnut St

Columbus, OH 43215


Frequently Asked Questions

What jursidctions can Ms. Esq practice in?

Ms. Esq is admitted to practice in Ohio, U.S. Bankruptcy Court and Southern District of Ohio.

How many years of experience does Ms. Esq have?

Ms. Esq has 30 years experience.

What types of law does Ms. Esq practice?

Ms. Esq practices bankruptcy law as well as divorce, family law and juvenile law.

Where is Ms. Esq's office located?

Ms. Esq's office is located at 130 E Chestnut St Columbus, OH 43215.

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