Ms. Randle offers free, personalized consultations for non-business owners. If you are interested in learning more about bankruptcy or other financial options, please call our office to schedule an appointment. Normal office hours are 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; however, other hours are available upon request. If you have a foreclosure, an upcoming lawsuit or any other emergency circumstance, please let the legal assistant know and every attempt will be made to accommodate an immediate appointment.

Ms. Randle’s office is located in Cleveland at 2120 North Ocoee Street near Historic Downtown Cleveland; you may download the directions for your appointment or call the office.

Please note that our office can answer basic questions for you by phone or email; however, we cannot offer legal advice in that manner. There is no pressure or obligation to proceed with any legal action, so don’t hesitate to schedule an appointment today.

Let’s Get Started

The first step is to print a copy of the New Client Intake Sheet.  As you will see, you will be asked to give us personal information, but rest assured, your information is always kept highly confidential.  Any information you share with Ms. Randle during your appointment is subject to the attorney-client privilege, regardless of whether you go forward with a bankruptcy filing.

In addition to the client questionnaire and the documents set out in this website, please bring photo identification and your Social Security card to your appointment.  If you don’t have an official social security card, you can bring a paystub, health insurance card or any “official” document showing the full social security number.

What to Expect at Your First Appointment

Ms. Randle will meet with you one-on-one to assess your financial circumstances and listen to your goals and concerns.  Based on the information you provide in your New Client Questionnaire and during your office visit, Ms. Randle will advise you if bankruptcy is right for you.  If bankruptcy is not a good option, she will consult with you about other legal avenues you may wish to consider.

If bankruptcy appears to be a good solution, Ms. Randle will discuss the different bankruptcy chapters that may apply.  She will educate you on the process and discuss what additional information or documentation is needed to proceed.

During your initial appointment, you will also meet with a legal assistant who will help you in completing your paperwork and gathering documents.  They can also assist you in obtaining a credit report and review it with you.   You should plan to spend approximately 1 hour at your appointment, depending upon the organization and completeness of the information you provide.