Nicholas A. Zingarelli
YEARS OF PRACTICE:9 years
I’ve always been very passionate about the law. The complexities and details make it very interesting to learn. The great thing about becoming an attorney is that I’ve made my passion into a career that allows me to help people everyday facing financial struggles. Since the current national financial challenges began, we have almost constantly heard about the widespread economic problems our nation faces. Jobs are being lost. Debt is growing. Spending is slowing. Every day I help clients save their homes from foreclosure, keep their cars from being repossessed and their wages from being garnished. I keep the utilities of my clients from being disconnected. Every day is a rewarding day.
No one goes to law school wanting to become a bankruptcy attorney. I was fortunate enough to be offered a clerking position in a small bankruptcy firm and once I began to learn how many people need financial help in this economy, I learned how rewarding it was to help those in need. In this economy, people need more help than ever winning the battle with their creditors. I fight for my clients as well as their houses, cars, wages, and well being.
If you need fast and affordable solutions to debt-related problems, Zingarelli Law Office is prepared to help. We are not a "bankruptcy mill" that processes all bankruptcies the same. Instead, we provide tailored and attentive legal services to each client. At the Cincinnati law firm of Zingarelli Law Office, we work toward achieving financial solutions. Solutions to overwhelming debt. Solutions to creditor harassment and illegal creditor tactics. Solutions to the threat of home foreclosure and car and truck repossession. And solutions to wage garnishment and the threat of heat and electricity disconnection.
I am very passionate about my work and I want to help foster those same feelings in young adults that have an interest in learning about the law. I currently volunteer as a coach for the Elder High School Mock Trial Team. I’ve been with the team for 3 years now and we have made it to regional competition every year that I have been a coach.
- Chapter 13
- Chapter 7
- Debt Settlement
- Personal Bankruptcy
- Tax Resolution
- Personal Injury
Chase College of Law
Juris Doctor (JD), 2005
Cincinnati Bar Association
Salmon P. Chase Inn of Court, Member 2008-2010
CBA Bankruptcy Committee, Member 2005-present
American Bankruptcy Institute Medal of Excellence, 2005
Super Lawyers “Rising Star”, 2010
Licensed in Ohio and Kentucky
U.S. District Court Southern District of Ohio, 2005
U.S. District Court Eastern District of Kentucky, 2006
U.S. Court of Appeals 6th Circuit, 2008
Published Debtor-Creditor Relations, Northern Kentucky Bar Association, Distribution to New Lawyers, 2008
Vice Chair, CBA UPL Committee, Members since 2006
Chapter 13: A Multi-Faceted Means for Curing Mortgage Defaults..., American Bankruptcy Law Forum, 2008
Bankruptcy 101 Cincinnati Bar Association; “No Brown Bag Series” 2010
Nuts and Bolts of Bankruptcy Chase College of Law 2010
Ohio (2005), #0079110
I will find the best legal solution to the problems facing you, your family and in some cases your business.
Zingarelli Law Office, Owner/Attorney, 2008-present
Dearfield, Kruer & Company, Attorney, 2004 - 2008
Coley & Associates, Clerk, 2003 - 2004
We offer no obligation initial consultations to all of our clients to determine what needs best fit the client
$275 is an initial retainer for most bankruptcy cases. If the case is more extensive a larger retainer will be quoted in the free consultation. Hourly matters typically require a minimum $1,000.00 retainer.
We do offer flat fees on some matters. Every case is evaluated on a case-by-case basis.
$275 per hour for attorneys and $100.00 for paralegals.
These attorneys are debt relief agencies. They help people file for relief under the 2005 Bankruptcy Code.