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I take pride in preparing each case myself to assure the job is done right and I represent my clients personally in Court (other attorneys hire people to go to court for them). I see to it that my clients obtain the full relief the United States Bankruptcy Code can offer them.
I vigorously protect my clients rights and protect them from creditor abuse. I have helped many families and individuals overcome the stress that financial problems can cause. My expertise as a bankruptcy lawyer always results in savings that far outweigh the amount of legal fees in a case.
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Consultation. Recognize any of these Warning Signs?
Warning Signs. In assessing whether or not you should seek some kind of debt
relief, consider the following questions:
- Do you ever use one form of credit, such as a credit card or debt
consolidation loan, to make payments on other debt? Or to put it in Biblical
terms "Robbing Peter to Pay Paul"?
- Have you taken one or more cash advances greater than $500 in the past
few months to pay living expenses such as everyday utility bills or even
- Do you ever borrow from friends or family to meet regular expenses, such
as food and utility bills?
- Can you barely make the minimum required payment on credit cards or
- Are you receiving harassing calls or letters from creditors or
- Are you being sued (summons and complaint), or are your creditors
threatening to sue you?
- Are your wages being garnished, or are your creditors threatening a
- Are your financial problems impacting your health or relationships due
- Do you owe two months salary or more on your credit cards?
- Are you using one-quarter or more of your take-home income to pay credit
card bills and personal loans (excluding mortgage payments)?
- Are your revolving credit cards charged to the limit or maxed out?
- Have you bounced more than one check in the past year?
- Are you without cash reserves for a rainy day or emergency?
- Are you behind on house (mortgage or rent) or auto payments?
- Are your creditors threatening to take your car, house, or other
property (foreclosure or repossession)?
- Are you behind on your taxes or do you owe the IRS, State of Michigan or
City of Detroit?
If you answered "yes" to one or more of the preceding questions, you should
consider seeking some form of debt relief. Bankruptcy, of course, offers very
effective debt relief, but there are possible alternatives to filing bankruptcy
which shall be covered below.
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