Horwitz & Horwitz, LLC Centerville,OH White Collar Crimes DUI OVI Drug Crimes
What We Do!
Located in Centerville, OH, at Horwitz %38 Horwitz we are dedicated to helping people facing bankruptcy and criminal charges. We can help you if you are dealing with DUI charges, misdemeanor charges, Chapter 7 bankruptcy, Chapter 13 bankruptcy, and more. We know that if you are facing overwhelming debt or serious criminal charges, this is an incredibly difficult, frightening time in your life. You’re worried about your future. With more than thirty years of combined experience in bankruptcy and criminal defense law, we have the knowledge and skill to give you the support you need. We do what is best for each of our clients, and we work with integrity. What does this mean for you? We put your interests first. Our firm’s attorneys handle cases from start to finish, and we are never too busy to help you. We do not give the work to secretaries or paralegals. When you call, you speak to one of us. We’re upfront and give straightforward advice. We never make promises that we can’t keep, and we make sure that you understand the risks and benefits of all of your options. Our fees are reasonable. Our firm’s goal is to give you the best result possible in your case in a cost-effective manner. Give us a call or request a free consultation today. We would be glad to meet with you to talk about your unique situation.
- White Collar Crimes
- Drug Crimes
- Student Crimes
- Juvenile Crimes
About Horwitz & Horwitz, LLC
Barbara Horwitz is an experienced bankruptcy attorney helping people get past financial difficulties. She has been practicing bankruptcy for twenty-three years in the Bankruptcy Courts for the Southern District of Ohio in Dayton and Cincinnati. She believes in creating a relationship with clients and is dedicated to making the bankruptcy process as easy and stress-free for clients.
Barbara earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana, and a Legal Assisting Certificate from the University of Cincinnati. She received a Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Cincinnati College of Law, where she served on Law Review for two years. Two of her law review articles were selected for publication in the University of Cincinnati Law Review: “The Extinction of the Peremptory Challenge: What Will the Jury System Lose by Its Demise?” and “The Duty of Schools to Protect Students From Sexual Harassment: How Much Recovery Will the Law Allow?”.
Barbara was an associate attorney in the Offices of Myron A. Wolf for thirteen years. During that period, she practiced in the areas of bankruptcy, personal injury, insurance defense, wills, probate, civil disputes, family law, and general litigation. Prior to attending law school, Barbara was a legal assistant in the law offices of Michael J. Sage, Esq., and served as his Bailiff during the first year he presided as a Common Pleas Judge in Butler County, Ohio.
Centerville, Ohio 45459 US