Help For Difficult Times · Vision For The Future
Is your loved one in failing health? Are you facing a personal crisis such as crushing debt, criminal charges or the end of a marriage? The fear and stress can be overwhelming. You may not even know where to start.
The skilled and compassionate attorneys of Mahaffey & Associates, LLC, provide guidance and representation to help you through this. Our legal team can address a wide range of legal issues, from urgent and unexpected matters to future considerations:
- Elder law — Asset protection and care planning strategies
- Estate law — Planning ahead for incapacity, death and succession
- Debt relief — Personal and small business bankruptcy
- Family law — Divorce, child custody and financial support
- Criminal law — Felony, misdemeanor and traffic offenses
- Real property — Residential and commercial transactions
Compassionate Counsel · Effective Advocacy
We understand you may be coming to us under stressful and emotional circumstances. We understand you may be nervous about talking to a lawyer. Our goal is to put you at ease and provide the perspective and strategies to reach a favorable outcome. We try to treat clients like family, extending the same thoughtful advice and personalized attention to you that we would give to our closest relatives and friends.
Ty Mahaffey, founder of Mahaffey & Associates, is a longtime resident of the Toledo area and has practiced law in northwest Ohio since 2002. You may have heard his radio show, Real Estate Made Easy, which discusses legal topics every Saturday on AM 1370 WSPD. He leads a skilled and caring legal team that is always accessible to answer questions or address a pressing situation.
Ready To Help In Any Way We Can
We extend a free initial phone consultation. Call any of our local offices toll free at 888-422-6894. Evening and weekends appointments are available, and we accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.
We are a debt relief agency. Our Toledo bankruptcy attorneys help people file for relief under the Bankruptcy Code.