Hundreds of Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcies handled across the Eastern District of Kentucky. Facing foreclosure or threats of foreclosure? Trying to avoid repossession of a vehicle? Are your wages or personal accounts being garnished? Are you facing tax debts with the Federal or State government? Are cash flows insufficient to keep up with medical bills, credit cards and/or various other unsecured debts?
At the Huff Law Office, we understand that, in today's economy, it has become very difficult to make ends meet for many people. If you or your small business needs help in reducing or eliminating debt while protecting assets and stopping creditor harassment, we can provide representation with experience to help you get back on track.
Huff Law Office
7303 US 42, Suite 2
Florence KY 41042
As founder of the Huff Law Office, I will provide you with affordable and experienced legal services fit to your circumstances. I will seek out the best financial solution available for you, your family and, in some instances, your small business. I will be present from start to finish in your case, involved from the initial consultation to preparation of the case to post-petition work and finally to closing of the case. In instances in which I cannot provide services, I will be happy to direct you to someone who can. My primary focus is in helping clients with their financial issues through loan modifications, Chapter 7 bankruptcy, Chapter 13 bankruptcy or a combination of any of the above. I also help those who have been injured in select personal injury cases and help with estate planning.
Born and raised in Corbin, KY, I maintain close ties to the area through friends and family. I graduated from Corbin High School in 1996 and left to attend the University of Kentucky where I received a BBA in Finance and Economics. I lived in Lexington for five years and enjoy getting back to catch a UK game and visit friends.
After receiving a bachelor degree at the University of Kentucky, I moved to Northern Kentucky to attend law school at the Salmon P. Chase College of Law. I received my Juris Doctor degree from Chase and have remained in the Northern Kentucky region with my wife, Jenni, and our three children.
For two years, I served as a City Councilman in Elsmere, KY. At that time, I also served on the Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Council for Regional Governments as a representative of the city of Elsmere. I declined to run for a second term as Councilman when my family and I moved to Union, KY at the end of my term, but I still remain involved in local politics and maintain my interest in all levels of the political spectrum.
I have several years of experience with a law firm that produced high volumes of consumer bankruptcy work. In my time with my former firm, I provided representation to clients in the Covington, London, Lexington and Ashland Divisions and gained the skills and knowledge required to actively practice in the Federal Bankruptcy Court.
Aaron Huff graduated from the University of Kentucky with a Bachelor Degree in Finance and went on to law school at the Salmon P. Chase College of Law in Highland Heights, KY where he obtained his J.D.