Assisting Clients in Monroe County, Michigan, With Bankruptcy Matters
Whether you face financial difficulties or you are going through a divorce, you want a unique resolution that works for your family. With an experienced lawyer to guide you through the process, you can make smart decisions about your future. At the Sylvania Law Office of Melan M. Forcht, we help families throughout Ohio through their most difficult times. We also handle bankruptcy filings for clients from Monroe County, Michigan.
Contact the Law Office of Melan M. Forcht
From debt relief to divorce, our firm handles a variety of bankruptcy law and family law issues. As a solo practitioner, attorney Melan M. Forcht is able to provide flexible legal counsel to her clients facing immediate and long-term legal and financial concerns.
The moment you walk into our Sylvania office, we will help you find a solution tailored to your needs. You want a hands-on relationship with your lawyer, where you can meet one-on-one. At the Law Office of Melan M. Forcht, that is exactly what you will get. Returning phone calls promptly and providing our clients with the individualized attention they deserve, we will do everything we can to make you feel comfortable and informed.
We are dedicated to providing unique solutions for Ohio families when they face a variety of legal concerns. Our attorney, Melan M. Forcht, has focused her practice on bankruptcy law and family law for her entire career. Whether you are going through a divorce or you are interested in Chapter 7 bankruptcy, we will make all decisions based on what it best for you and your family.
If you and your family have legal concerns, it is time to find out more about your options for a unique resolution. Our Sylvania office is open and available during regular business hours. Contact us today for a free initial consultation.
At the Sylvania Law Office of Melan M. Forcht, we represent clients throughout Ohio, including Toledo, Ottawa Hills, Holland, Berkey, Swanton, Metamora, Maumee, Perrysburg, Bowling Green, Lucas County, Wood County, Hancock County, Fulton County and Ottawa County.
The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for individual advice regarding your own situation.