It is never easy to admit that you need to ask for help. It is especially difficult when the problems are financial. At Dean Law Co., LLC, we strive to provide solutions for financial problems that maintain the integrity, dignity and confidentiality of our clients. Bankruptcy is an incredibly powerful and effective tool for dealing with financial difficulties when the case is handled by competent, credible professionals who are focused on personalizing a result for your specific needs.
Dean Law Co., LLC is a small firm focused on bankruptcy representation of individual and small business debtors in chapter 7 and chapter 13 cases. Nannette Dean, Esq. has been handling bankruptcy cases for 16 years, first as a creditor’s attorney, and then as a debtor’s attorney for the last 10 years. Nannette has never been a “high-volume” lawyer, but rather takes cases for clients that need extra care or cases that are more complicated and need extra time. Nannette is known for her compassionate care for her clients and their cases. When you call, she answers the phone, she meets with you personally and helps you decide whether bankruptcy is the right choice for you. If it is, she works directly with you to decide what type of bankruptcy best suits your needs and financial goals. If bankruptcy is not the right solution, she will work with you regarding other options that may assist in your current situation, such as debt settlements or a loan modification.
Nannette Dean is the sole member of Dean Law Co., LLC. She focuses her practice on individual and small business debtor representation in chapter 7 and chapter 13, but also does a small amount of creditor representation in chapter 7 and chapter 13.She is a 1990 graduate of Boston University (cum laude) with a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy with a minor in Biology. She graduated from Capital University Law School in 1995(cum laude) with her juris doctor.
Nannette began her career as an associate attorney at Kemp, Schaeffer, Rowe & Lardiere Co., LPA working on medical malpractice, personal injury and business litigation cases. By accident, she ended up working on bankruptcy cases for creditors represented by the firm. After 6 years of creditor representation, she decided that debtor work suited her better and she became an associate with Judith M. McInturff Co., LPA, a firm that focuses on debtor representation. Nannette spent almost 9 years there before deciding to open her own practice in a location closer to her home.
She is currently Treasurer of the Credit Education Coalition (CEC), and a member of the Columbus Bar Association and Delaware County Bar Association. She is also chair of the Credit Abuse Resistance Education Committee of the CEC, a program which provides personal financial management education to high school students. Nannette was formerly a member of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Ohio Local Rules Committee and was formerly co-chair of the International Women’s Insolvency and Restructuring Confederation. Nannette is a frequent speaker on bankruptcy topics for organizations such as the Columbus Bar Association and Credit Education Coalition
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.