Reisenfeld & Associates LPA, LLC, a Cincinnati, Ohio-based legal services provider to the mortgage banking industry, recently announced the addition of David Yunghens as associate bankruptcy counsel.

Before joining Reisenfeld & Associates in January 2012, Mr. Yunghans  managed the Cincinnati office of the law firm Macey & Aleman focusing on bankruptcy law.  Thereafter Mr. Yunghans joined the lawfirm of Weltman, Weinberg, & Reis, L.P.A.  While at Weltman, Mr. Yunghans represented financial institutions with regard to accounts and collateral protected under Federal Bankruptcy Law.

Originally from Sandusky, Ohio, Mr. Yunghans moved to Cincinnati after graduating from law school and resides with his wife in the Cincinnati metro area. He and his wife are avid international travelers and enjoy experiencing other cultures.

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