Cleveland Bankruptcy Attorney Mark H. KnevelMark Knevel

Helping Clients in Akron, Canton, Elyria, & Garfield Heights

As the founder of Knevel Law Co. LPA, Mark H. Knevel works with clients throughout Northern Ohio in order to help them through complicated financial hardships. When you and your family are facing mounting debt, Attorney Knevel is here to help.

Contact us today online or call (216) 450-6689 to schedule your free initial consultation.

Area of Practice

At Knevel Law Co. LPA, Attorney Knevel limits his practice to offering focused and dedicated service to his bankruptcy clients.

Attorney Knevel is well-versed in bankruptcy law and can help you with any of the following:

Education & Background

Mr. Knevel’s current practice is influenced by a solid foundation of legal knowledge. He graduated with his bachelors of arts from the University of Notre Dame in 1974 and went to law school at Case Western Reserve School of Law, where he graduated with his juris doctorate in 1977.

He was admitted to practice in the State of Ohio in 1977 and the Federal District Court, Northern District of Ohio in 1978.

Knowledgeable Legal Counsel

In 2008, Mr. Knevel authored the "Earned Income and Child Tax Credit Amendment" (Amended Senate Bill 281) to Ohio’s Exemption Statute. His experience with policy is just a small part of his overall experience.

Lectures prepared and presented:

  • “Means Testing Under BACPA” William O’Neill Regional Bankruptcy Seminar (2006)
  • "Chapter 7 Panel Discussion" 13th Annual White Williams Bankruptcy Institute (May 15, 2009)
  • "Chapter 7 Bankruptcy and Real Property" Pro Bono Bankruptcy Seminar (October 14, 2009)
  • "Other Homestead Exemptions" Legal Aid's Bankruptcy Seminar (October 14, 2009)
  • "Best Practices" 17th Annual White Williams Bankruptcy Institute (April 12, 2013)


  • “Proposed Changes in Bankruptcy Law” Bill Wills in the Morning WTAM Radio March 13, 2005

Contributing source for bankruptcy related articles:

  • Cleveland Plain Dealer
  • Crain’s Cleveland Business
  • Cleveland Scene Magazine