Meet Our Bankruptcy Lawyers

AttorneysThe Dayton, Ohio, law firm of Kennel Zeigler LLC is composed of two skilled bankruptcy attorneys: John F. Kennel and Andrew Zeigler. Mr. Kennel scored in the top 3 percent of all candidates on his bar examination, testifying to his exceptional knowledge. In addition to his J.D. and nearly a decade of legal experience, Mr. Zeigler holds a double major in Information Systems and Statistics from Carnegie Mellon University.

Learn more about our two attorneys by clicking on their profile links below:

Recognized For Excellence In This Area Of Law

Mr. Zeigler is also nationally certified in consumer bankruptcy law by the American Board of Certification (ABC).

In order to achieve this certification, a lawyer must meet certain requirements. He or she must have:

  • Passed an extensive, day-long written examination on business bankruptcy issues
  • Earned at least 60 hours of continuing legal education in bankruptcy law in the last three years
  • Devoted at least 400 hours and at least 30 percent of his or her practice to bankruptcy matters within the last three years
  • Practiced law full-time for at least five years
  • Good standing in the bars of all the states in which he or she is licensed
  • Documented evidence of consumer bankruptcy cases that he or she has handled

According to the ABC, these rigorous standards are intended to recognize attorneys who are experts in the bankruptcy field and to encourage others to strive toward excellence. When you work with Mr. Zeigler and the law firm of Kennel Zeigler LLC, you can rest assured that your case is being handled by a true specialist.

Our Location And Hours

Our Dayton office is open during normal business hours Monday through Friday, with extended hours on Thursdays. We also offer weekend appointments by special request.

Schedule a free consultation about your debt-related concerns by calling our firm at 937-356-3735 or by contacting us online.

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