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Affordable Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Lawyers in Columbus Ohio

Good people have bad debts. Since 1978, Calig Law Firm has helped tens of thousands of people with debt problems. Often times, we are able to save your home, car,  and possessions as well as protect your wages and bank accounts from attachment. We can also help people who have tax problems with the IRS. We are Affordable Columbus, Ohio Bankruptcy Attorneys who offer Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy services.

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At The Calig Law Firm, your first visit is free. We understand the stress involved in this very personal matter and pledge to give you the care and consideration that you deserve. We strive to keep your legal fees as low as possible. Call Now for a Free Consultation 614-252-2300.

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During your initial free consultation, we take the time to sit down with you so we can clearly explain the process, thoroughly review your options and answer your questions. We want you to know what to expect. Though filing a bankruptcy may seem intimidating at first, we believe it is our responsibility to ease your concerns while we provide you with excellent legal representation.

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