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The difference between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy

Deciding to apply for bankruptcy is a significant decision. Bankruptcy can free a person from financial struggles and grant them the ability to clean their slate. The decision to apply for bankruptcy is a big decision, but it is not the only one someone needs to...

Signs marriage may be heading for divorce

When a marriage is in trouble, the spouses can either work to fix it or prepare for divorce. In a delicate situation like that, acting first can have a significant advantage. Recognizing the signs of a marriage in trouble can give a spouse the time they need to...

Comparing personal bankruptcy options

When you think of bankruptcy, what comes to mind? Is it financial salvation? Probably not. More than likely, thoughts of overwhelming debt and wondering how you will recover from this financial pitfall without descending into financial ruin are filling your mind....

What factors can cause an incorrect breathalyzer reading?

Have or someone you know been pulled over by the police for suspicion of drinking and driving? Then the officer asked you to take a breath test to measure your blood alcohol concentration, and you blow way higher than you expected? You can honestly claim that you...

Personal bankruptcy can help young professionals

Fresh out of graduate school, you found work in your field. But this is, after all, the gig economy. Your job is as a contractor, and you do not benefit from all the perks that full-time employees get. For example, no health benefits. But this may be the least of your...

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Location:

Columbus, OH

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614-224-5299

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Areas Of Practice

  • Foreclosure & Alternatives
  • Bankruptcy Law
  • Debtor/Creditor
  • Criminal Law
  • DUI/DWI
  • Traffic Violations
  • Family Law
  • Adoption
  • Child Support
  • Custody & Visitation
  • Divorce

Bar Admissions

  • Ohio, 2001
  • West Virginia, 2002
  • U.S. District Court Southern District of Ohio, 2002
  • U.S. District Court Southern District of West Virginia, 2002

Education

  • Capital University Law School, Columbus, Ohio
    • LL.M. - 2003
    • Major: Business Law & Taxation
  • Capital University Law School, Columbus, Ohio
    • J.D. - 2001
  • Marshall University, Huntington, WV
    • M.A. - 1997
    • Major: Public Relations
  • Marshall University, Huntington, WV
    • B.A. Advertising - 1995
    • Major: Journalism & Mass Communications

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • Licking County Bar Association, Member

Amy M. Levine
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Our Latest Blog Posts

The difference between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy

Deciding to apply for bankruptcy is a significant decision. Bankruptcy can free a person from financial struggles and grant them the ability to clean their slate. The decision to apply for bankruptcy is a big decision, but it is not the only one someone needs to...

Signs marriage may be heading for divorce

When a marriage is in trouble, the spouses can either work to fix it or prepare for divorce. In a delicate situation like that, acting first can have a significant advantage. Recognizing the signs of a marriage in trouble can give a spouse the time they need to...

Comparing personal bankruptcy options

When you think of bankruptcy, what comes to mind? Is it financial salvation? Probably not. More than likely, thoughts of overwhelming debt and wondering how you will recover from this financial pitfall without descending into financial ruin are filling your mind....

What factors can cause an incorrect breathalyzer reading?

Have or someone you know been pulled over by the police for suspicion of drinking and driving? Then the officer asked you to take a breath test to measure your blood alcohol concentration, and you blow way higher than you expected? You can honestly claim that you...

Personal bankruptcy can help young professionals

Fresh out of graduate school, you found work in your field. But this is, after all, the gig economy. Your job is as a contractor, and you do not benefit from all the perks that full-time employees get. For example, no health benefits. But this may be the least of your...

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