About Attorney David N. Stonehill

David Stonehill, Attorney-at-Law
David Stonehill,
Attorney-at-Law

Need solid tax advice? Got a legal problem?

I'm David Stonehill, and I'm the problem solver, the go-to guy who saves you time and money.

I'm involved in all kinds of activities, the common thread being that I'm good at it, I enjoy doing it, I like the people I work with, and, most importantly, I like the people whom I help.

For 34 years, I have practiced law based in Cincinnati, Ohio. I am "of counsel" with the law firm of John E. Stillpass Co., LPA located in Blue Ash, Ohio, a suburb of Cincinnati. I work with a nationwide network of attorneys, CPAs and other professionals. This kind of practice would not be possible without secure Internet technologies and, as Hunter S. Thompson would call it, a "mojo wire," i.e., a simple fax machine.

I have this coast-to-coast federal income tax practice focusing on all aspects of the taxation of cancellation of debt income reported on IRS Form 1099-C. I maintain this comprehensive Web site (which is undergoing major updates over the next several months).

I advise clients from California to New Hampshire, Michigan to Florida about how to eliminate or minimize the impact of cancellation of debt income. CODI arises from the restructuring of debt, loan modification agreements, the disposition of bad real estate deals and the elimination of excessive personal debt. I frequently lecture on the topic.

In Ohio, I practice real estate, foreclosure and debtor/creditor law, I advise small businesses and start-ups. I negotiate real estate workouts and short sales. I help clients avoid the awful consequences of declaring bankruptcy. I doggedly defend homeowners against adverse foreclosure actions and volunteer at Cincinnati Legal Aid Society.

Check out my LinkedIn profile. I am licensed to practice law by the Ohio Supreme Court, so click here to check me out on its website. My attorney number is 0031909.

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I publish and maintain this website for general information only, and not as tax or legal advice.

You never, never should act upon this information without first seeking professional counsel, as appropriate advice for you would depend upon the particular facts, circumstances and goals of your situation. Caveat lector.

This information is not intended to create, and your receipt of it does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship with me. I cannot, will not and do not represent you until my client intake process is completed.

I absolutely reserve the right to accept or decline representing any person or organization in any matter at any time.

Please do NOT send to me any confidential information about any matter until you receive a written statement from me advising you that I represent you (the "Engagement Letter"). Refer to the Terms and Conditions under the Contact heading, above.

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      David N. Stonehill, Attorney-at-Law
      David N. Stonehill Co., LPA
      4901 Hunt Road, Suite 103
      Cincinnati, OH 45242-6990


On Air

1099advisor on the Radio

These are David's most recent appearances on Lewis Gatch's "Everybody's Planning Hour" radio show. Dave talks about what creates cancellation of debt income, why it's taxed, and how to avoid paying too much tax on it.