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Phone: 855-BCI-OHIO (855-224-6446) Please be aware that the Attorney General's Office cannot provide legal assistance or advice to individuals. Information you receive from the Attorney General's Office is informal guidance. It is not legal advice. Any information provided to the Attorney General is considered a public record.
Additionally, you can access an on-line payment system 24/7 or contact Collections Enforcement Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at 888-301-8885. If visiting the Attorney General Collections Enforcement section in Columbus, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Toledo or Youngstown, valid photo identification is required to be able to access the ...
Led by the state’s chief law officer, the Attorney General’s Office has played a vital role in shaping Ohio’s past and present. Since his inauguration in January 2019, current Attorney General Dave Yost and his 1,500-person staff have been working to help chart a strong future for Ohioans by fighting injustice, righting wrongs and otherwise protecting the state and its families.
State executive salariesOffice and current officialSalaryGovernor of Ohio Richard Michael DeWine$159,182Lieutenant Governor of Ohio Jon Husted$109,986Attorney General of Ohio Dave Yost$109,985Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose$60,584/year6 more rows
Yost and his wife Darlene live in Franklin County, Ohio.
Yes. The State of Ohio retains the right to offset any monies owed to the applicant, including federal and state tax refunds. Will the Attorney General cease garnishment, foreclosure and other collection activities while an offer is pending?
To get one-stop help, you can call the Attorney General's Help Center at 800-282-0515 between 8 a.m. and 7 p.m. weekdays.
Dave Yost became Ohio's 51st Attorney General on January 14, 2019, bringing to the office his extensive experience rooting out fraud, holding the corrupt accountable and reforming government. Yost earned his undergraduate degree from The Ohio State University and law degree from Capital University.
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Generally, judgment creditors can garnish money in your bank account unless the money is protected. In Ohio, however, Attorney General, Dave Yost, warns creditors not to try to garnish the second stimulus check. ... Sometimes State Law provides protection greater than the Federal Law does, Yost noted.Mar 13, 2021
NOTE: For information on paying a tax debt or other debt owed to the state of Ohio, please contact the Attorney General's Collections Enforcement Section online or by calling 877-607-6400.
Debt collectors don't have any special powers that can help them to collect a debt. You might find that they contact you through phone calls and letters however in some cases they may visit your home too. If a debt collector shows up at your house, you don't have to open the door to them or let them in.
Complaints can be filed online or by calling 800-282-0515. Be sure to include as much information as possible, including the name and location of the business, your own contact information, a description of the problem, and what you would consider to be a reasonable resolution.Apr 12, 2018
You may also call (800)282-0515 to file you complaint. No e-mail address? Call (800)282-0515 to file your complaint.
Residential complaints must be directed to the Attorney General's Office, Consumer Protection Section, 614-466-2170 and/or your local building department. Contact Shamikka Brookins at 614-752-7127 or [email protected]. Fill out a complaint form and email or fax (1-614-728-1200).May 1, 2019
Please be aware that the Attorney General's Office cannot provide legal assistance or advice to individuals. Information you receive from the Attorney General's Office is informal guidance. It is not legal advice. Any information provided to the Attorney General is considered a public record.
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