David Guerrieri was born in Youngstown Ohio and attended Youngstown State University before graduating from Cleveland Marshal College of Law. After briefly practicing in Cleveland, Mr. Guerrieri relocated to Columbus, where his practice focuses on Consumer Bankruptcy. Mr. Guerrieri also serves client needs for minor estate planning, including wills, medical and durable powers of attorney and living wills (advanced directives).
Mr. Guerrieri is a member of the Credit Education Coalition, the Columbus Bar Association, as well as the Pro Bono Committee for the Souther District of Ohio. Mr. Guerrieri also volunteers time pro bono and at a reduced rate representing bankrupcy clients referred by the Legal Aid Society of Columbus.
When Mr. Guerrieri is not working, he volunteers his time with the Kaleidoscope Youth Center.
Mr. Cox, a father of three, was raised in Hamilton, Ohio, just outside of Cincinnati. He graduated in 1999 from The Ohio State University with a Bachelors of Arts in Chemistry, and in 2002 he obtained a law degree from The Ohio State University, Moritz College of Law.
Mr. Cox began his career representing consumers, with a focus on Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcies. Mr. Cox also has experience representing clients with landlord-tenant issues.
Mr. Cox is a member of the Columbus Bar Association and its Bankruptcy Law Institute Planning Committee, a board member of the Credit Education Coalition, and a former member of the Judicial Liason committee at the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Ohio. Mr. Cox has spoken at several local bankrupcty seminars for the Columbus Bar Association, Credit Education Coalition, and the Legal Aid Society of Columbus. Like Mr. Guerrieri, Michael Cox also volunteers time pro bono and at a reduced rate representing bankrupcy clients referred by the Legal Aid Society of Columbus.
When Mr. Cox is not working, he enjoys spending time skiing (water and snow), shooting, boating, and SCUBA diving.