Nannette Dean

Nannette Dean is the sole member of Dean Law Co., LLC, located in central Ohio. Her practice focuses on individual and small business debtor representation in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. She received her undergraduate degree from Boston University and her law degree from Capital University Law School in 1995. She graduated cum laude from both institutions. 


Articles By Nannette Dean

Objecting to a Chapter 13 Motion to Dismiss
Learn how to oppose a Chapter 13 motion to dismiss and stay in bankruptcy.
Will Bankruptcy Get Rid of a Charged-Off Car Loan?
Bankruptcy will wipe out your obligation to pay a charged-off car loan.
The Differences Between a Charge Off and Repossession in Bankruptcy
How a charge off or repossession are handled in a bankruptcy depends on what the original debt was for, whether the debt was secured by collateral, and what type of bankruptcy is being filed. Regardless of whether it is a charge off or repossession, it is important to include the debt in any bankruptcy filing in order to obtain a discharge (forgiveness) of the debt.
Can the Bankruptcy Court Conduct a Jury Trial?
Find out about jury trial requirements in bankruptcy court.
Will Bankruptcy Court Clear Court Fines?
Find out how filing for bankruptcy can help with court fines.