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Tips for Searching for a Commercial Lease

Why is a commercial lease so important to have? Commercial leases are very important and serve as each parity’s “rule book” during the term of your commercial lease.  A wise person once said:  *Going in to a commercial contract we are all friends, but exiting a commercial contract is typically a different story.”  This is […]

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CORONAVIRUS AND RETAIL BANKRUPTCY: THE EVER CHANGING LANDSCAPE OF AMERICA’S SHOPPING EXPERIENCE.

The shopping experience for many Toledoans is yet again about to change.  Depending on your age and personal experiences, the shopping experience can mean different things.  For me personally, I can remember spending Friday nights as a teenager at Southwyck Mall in Toledo, Ohio.  The mall was crowded, smells of hot pretzels and popcorn filled […]

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CORONAVIRUS AND PERSONAL BANKRUPTCIES IN OHIO: WAITING FOR A BUBBLE TO POP?

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June 2020: Ohio Personal Bankruptcy Filings Down 28% As Ohioans are beginning to return to work, many of us are calculating the financial damage that we have incurred due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Since mid-March 2020, we have seen business interruptions, a massive rush on the state’s unemployment compensation system, stimulus checks, lack of daycare, […]

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CORONAVIRUS AND PERSONAL BANKRUPTCIES IN OHIO: ARE WE NOW IN THE CALM BEFORE THE STORM?

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Coronavirus And Personal Bankruptcies In Ohio: Are We Now In The Calm Before The Storm? A Must Read For Small Business Owners Considering Bankruptcy During The Coronavirus Pandemic. Personal Bankruptcy Filings Seem Eerily Quiet During Coronavirus Pandemic: Ohioans are resilient people and are exhausting every possible resource to keep their families afloat financially during the […]

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BOOKWORMS AND BANKRUPTCY: ARE LIBRARY FINES DISCHARGEABLE IN CHAPTER 7 BANKRUPTCY?

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Bookworms And Bankruptcy: Are Library Fines Dischargeable In Chapter 7 Bankruptcy? INTRO: As a young child I can remember enjoying some quiet time reading books at our county’s public library.  I wouldn’t have considered myself a “bibliophile” (a person who loves and frequently reads books), but nonetheless I found our county library a relaxing place […]

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A Must Read For Small Business Owners Considering Bankruptcy During The Coronavirus Pandemic.

Intro: Coronavirus Pandemic, Small Business, and Toledo Consumers The Coronavirus Pandemic has caused serious disruptions in our lives.  A short while ago we might have found ourselves attending a Toledo Walleye hockey game or enjoying a concert in Detroit’s Ford Field?  Today, some of us wouldn’t even consider buying a ticket to such crowded events.  […]

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Stimulus Checks: Beware of Private Debt Collectors

The COVID-19 pandemic is causing economic chaos across the metropolitan Toledo, Ohio landscape. Thousands of Toledoans are without paychecks as a result of COVID-19 and the resulting social distancing guidelines and business shutdowns. Small businesses such as restaurants, hair salons, and fitness gyms have been nearly crippled by the pandemic. Many small business owners and […]

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