At Keith D. Weiner & Associates Co., L.P.A., we understand that a bankruptcy can affect any and all aspects of the collection process. We work diligently and quickly to resolve these issues for our clients to help them minimize loss, maximize recovery and comply with all applicable legal requirements in a cost-effective manner.

KWA’s bankruptcy practice is dedicated to representing creditors only. Our staff of attorneys and paralegals has vast experience in representing clients on consumer and commercial matters in Chapter 7, 11, and 13 proceedings. Our attorneys can handle bankruptcy matters filed in the Northern and Southern Districts of Ohio, Eastern and Western Districts of Wisconsin and the Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana. We fight hard to avoid collateral valuation cram downs, prevent abusive and repeat bankruptcy filers from compromising your rights, and fight to apply the rule of law fairly so that equity is not one sided.

KWA’s representation includes, but is not limited to:

  • Proof of Claim Filings
  • Relief from Stay
  • Objections to Confirmation of Plan
  • Preference, Lien Stripping and Equitable Subordination Proceedings
  • Fraudulent Transfer/Insider Transaction Litigation
  • Objections to Discharge
  • Adversary Proceedings
  • Bankruptcy Appellate Panel Appeals
  • District of Circuit Court Appeals
  • Reaffirmation Agreements
  • Any other Bankruptcy Matters

Our fees are reasonable and in accord with industry standards and guidelines. Our service is prompt and thorough. We are here to provide you with practical advice, promptly protect your rights, and minimize the interruption and delays which naturally occur when you receive notice that your claim is now subject to a petition in bankruptcy.

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Our Fees

Our fees are competitive and conform to industry standards. In most instances, the following fee arrangements are available:

1. Collection matters are handled on a contingency fee basis, but an hourly option is available and sometimes requested by clients who hold large balance claims. At a clients’ request, fees for collection matters can be billed on a per item flat fee basis for letters, pleadings, motions, and executions.

2. Uncontested foreclosures and related bankruptcy and eviction matters are most often billed on a flat fee basis according to the Fannie Mae guidelines. Contested matters, and counterclaims, generally require additional flat fee or hourly billing, subject to client approval;

3. Uncontested replevin cases are also handled on a flat fee basis. If the right to recover possession is opposed, the matter is converted to an hourly fee basis, upon client approval;

4. Mechanic’s lien matters are treated the same as replevin cases, unless they involve multiple properties, or otherwise relate to unusual subject matter;

5. Our firm is also pioneering the availability and use of alternative fee arrangements (“AFA’s”) for legal services that have traditionally been billed hourly. The availability of AFA’s is a product of our firm’s ambition to deliver legal services in an efficient and cost-effective manner, and help clients more effectively forecast and contain costs. AFA’s are available for an ever expanding range of matters, including litigation defense, discovery disputes, and appellate practice.