Helping people in Cuyahoga, Lake and Geauga counties overburdened by debt, facing foreclosure or with tax problems for more 35 years. Offices in Cleveland and Painesville, Ohio. FREE consultation. No cost or obligation!
For more than 35 years, Sheldon Stein has helped clients get out of debt and save their home from foreclosure. Sheldon Stein cares about your problems and well-being, and will fight for you! With more than 35 years, Sheldon Stein is an experience and skilled lawyer who understands the financial pressures you are facing and will work hard to solve your financial problems. Sheldon Stein is also a Bankruptcy Trustee, appointed by the Office of the United State Trustee, a component of the U.S. Department of Justice. The Bankruptcy Trustee administers bankruptcy cases. When you file bankruptcy, your case is assigned to a Trustee for administration. Acting over the years as both attorney for consumers, and in other cases on behalf of the bankruptcy system, he understands all aspects of the bankruptcy process and is uniquely qualified to help you. A free consultation with him is the first step to financial freedom. He will listen to you, look at your financial situation, explain your options, including bankruptcy, and recommend the best options for you. Fees are reasonable, and payment plans are available. But, the first consultation is free. Call now. It could be the most important phone call you ever make! (216) 696-7449 (Cleveland Office) (440) 352-4687 (Painesville Office) email@example.com -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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Sheldon Stein was admitted to practice law in 1976. He is a graduate of Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Marshall College of Law, and the National College of Advocacy, Solfolk University.
He is the author of Chapter 33, "Bankruptcy", Baldwin's Ohio Domestic Relations Law (West Publishing Company), and has published articles on bankruptcy law in the Domestic Relations Journal of Ohio published by West Publishing Company.
He has an active bankruptcy practice in Northeast Ohio, has served as a Chapter 7 Panel Trustee in the Northern District Ohio in Cleveland, Ohio, since 2003, and has received awards from the Legal Aid Society and the Cleveland Bar Association for pro bono work done for indigents.
A frequent speaker at continuing legal educations programs, Mr. Stein has lectured at the Southeastern Regional Bankruptcy Institute in North Carolina, and at programs sponsored by the Ohio State Bar Association, the Ohio Legal Center Institute, the William J. O'Neill Regional Bankruptcy Institute, the White-Williams Bankruptcy Institute, and the Cleveland Bar Association.
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