Michigan Bankruptcy, Divorce & Family Law
Michigan Bankruptcy Lawyers
There is no shame in filing for bankruptcy. It can be one of the most important financial decisions you will ever make!! The bankruptcy laws were created so that hard-working people just like you could work their way out of debt. We understand that many circumstances can lead to financial disaster for families and for businesses. READ MORE
Michigan Family Law Attorneys
Our firm has been representing individuals just like you for over forty (40) years in family law which includes, custody, parenting time, move away cases, divorce, legal separation, child support, assets, prenuptial agreements, health insurance issues and any related issues to divorce. We know that it is a very difficult time in your life especially if you have children. READ MORE
Michigan Criminal Defense Law
Criminal law is also another area of law which this firm has been practicing for over forty (40) years. In 2011 we successfully litigated and dismissed two (2) drunk driving cases for our clients saving them drivers license sanctions, jail time, costs, and fees. In addition we successfully represented clients for the past forty (40) years in juvenile cases, assault and battery, felonious assault cases, READ MORE
Aggressive Michigan Attorneys
Our firm can assist you preparing the right strategy and plan to assist you in a very difficult time in your life. Did you know that it is important to file first for jurisdiction reasons? Did you know that if you are separated with minor children that you need to file first if you want to protect your custody and parenting issues? Just visit our family law section for a more thorough analysis of family law.
Michigan Bankruptcy is our specialty!
Some MI bankruptcy FAQs:
- Q: How Can I Stop Repossession In Progress?
- A: Once a case is filed, use the right for an “automatic stay”. more
- Q: How Will This Affect My Credit?
- A: Although the history of a bankruptcy stays in your credit reporting agency files for ten years, it is possible for you to rebuild your credit in just a few years.
- Q: How Do I Rebuild My Credit?
- A: One way is to seek out bankruptcy court approved credit counselors. more
- Q: What Can I Keep?
- A: Some assets you are likely to retain include cash/savings, furniture, vehicles, 401(k) plans, and retirement plans. more
Testimonials / What Our Clients Say
I appreciate the time and effort your team took to prepare my case. I went into my divorce honest and close to bankrupt. By the time it was over, I was still honest and very successful. From start to finish you and your team were very professional. Although it took several months to complete, you all worked diligently with me through my darkest hour.
Thanks Chris. You are in my opinion, one of the best, honest, and straight forward attorneys I know. I have passed your name on to a number of other friends and associates for obvious reasons.
Overall, everybody I encountered at your firm performed an excellent job. You should be very proud of your team. I am very happy with your firm’s performance and thought the hourly billing was very accurate and fair.