About Amy

About Amy And The Law Office of Amy Wilburn LLC

Before falling in love with the law, Amy Wilburn was a French teacher for grades 7-12. She loved helping her students understand the complexities and the beauty of the language, and was encouraged by their success. In 2009, Amy transitioned to working for a bankruptcy attorney and right away, she knew she had found her calling. While working as a bankruptcy paralegal and raising her two young children, she attended Seattle University School of Law and earned her degree in 2014. She opened her own firm right away, eager to serve clients and guide them through the rocky waters of bankruptcy. In 2019, Amy and her children moved to the Toledo, Ohio, area.

In her free time, Amy enjoys attending her children’s concerts and sports games, watching Mariners and Seahawks games, exercising, reading and learning about her new Ohio home. She has been a life-long pianist and loves to travel.

Amy and her Family

Amy and her family

Lee the Dog

Lee the dog

Henry the dog

Henry The Dog

Kitten

Kitten

Helping Clients With All Types Of Bankruptcy

At the Law Office of Amy Wilburn LLC, we help clients find bankruptcy solutions that include:

  • Chapter 7 bankruptcy: Chapter 7 is an option that helps people find a fresh financial start. This type of bankruptcy lasts 3-4 months and there is an income limit to qualify.
  • Chapter 13 bankruptcy: Chapter 13 is a debt-reorganization option used for people who have regular monthly income and can afford to pay some or all of their debts off over time.
  • Business bankruptcy: In addition to Chapter 11 bankruptcy, which is the most common choice for businesses, there are unique details that make business bankruptcies require particular attention. In 2019, Congress implemented the Small Business Reorganization Act (SBRA). This is a tool that will help countless small businesses stay alive.

Whatever bankruptcy solution you need, we bring a thorough knowledge of the legal process. We will help you find answers to your bankruptcy questions, help you determine whether Chapter 7, Chapter 13 or some other option would be best for you and help you find the solutions you need.

Guiding You Through Bankruptcy With Compassion And Professionalism

I believe that your current financial situation does not define who you are as a person. Bankruptcy is a tool that is available to you, if you are struggling to pay your financial obligations. It is a business decision, not a moral referendum. When choosing an attorney to work with you and for you, choose someone who sees your humanity and who has the experience to make your bankruptcy go smoothly.

Attorney Amy Wilburn

Contact Us Today

We serve the Greater Toledo area of Ohio, including Lucas, Wood and Fulton counties. Contact us for a free consultation today by calling 419-776-2145 or filling our contact form.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for relief under the Bankruptcy Code.