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Youngstown Ohio Bankruptcy Firm

Law Offices of Bruce R. Epstein


5500 Market Street
Youngstown, OH 44512

Phone: 330-782-7000
Fax: 330-782-7000

Law Offices of Bruce R. Epstein's Websites:
epsteinbankruptcy.com

Counties Served:

Columbiana, OHMahoning, OH
Trumbull, OH

Areas of Practice:
Bankruptcy

Bruce R. Epstein - Youngstown Bankruptcy Lawyer

Bruce R. Epstein is the founder and principal attorney at the Law Offices of Bruce R. Epstein, a bankruptcy law firm located in Youngstown and Warren and serving residents of Ohio's Mahoning Valley with professional advice and representation in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy.

Mr. Epstein is certified as a Specialist in Consumer Bankruptcy Law by the American Board of Certification, a non-profit organization sponsored by the American Bankruptcy Institute and the Commercial Law League of America, whose programs are accredited by the American Bar Association.

Early in his legal career, Mr. Epstein served as Law Clerk to Chief Judge Frank J. Battisti of the United States District Court, Northern District of Ohio. He also served on the Initial Strategic Planning Committee for the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Ohio. Mr. Epstein established his own firm in 1981, focusing exclusively in the area of bankruptcy law.


Creditors are subject to state law provisions incorporated into bankruptcy cases. If a bankruptcy court lifts the automatic stay and permits a specific creditor to seize and liquidate property subject to a lien, creditors must obey all state law limitations on collection practices. For more information, see legal assistance for debtors. Also, all statutory provisions depend on conformity with the prohibition against fraudulent conversions creating exempt property.