Please be advised that all financial management, orientation, and voluntary classes have been cancelled until further notice due to the coronavirus threat. This includes classes in Columbus, Zanesville and St. Clairsville.
The Orientation Program was established in Columbus, Ohio in 2003 by the prior Trustee, Mr. Pees. Its purpose is to educate debtors about the Chapter 13 process and the protections afforded them under the Bankruptcy Code.
Must bring picture ID and case number.
Email registration to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 614-436-6700 ext. 112 and provide name, case number, phone number, date of seminar, and attorney's last name. Dates and times are subject to change.
Seminar is free. You are required to complete this course one time only.
Light refreshments are provided at the Columbus location.
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