Our bankruptcy attorney filed a chapter 13 bankruptcy case for a client in Clarkston, MI. The client had over $45,000 in credit card and medical bill debt. Our bankruptcy attorney was able to help this client navigate the chapter 13 bankruptcy process. As a result the client was allowed to keep both vehicles and their house even though they filed bankruptcy.
Our Grosse Pointe Farms bankruptcy attorney represented an individual that was facing chapter 7 bankruptcy. In this particular chapter 7 bankruptcy case our bankruptcy attorney was able to stop judgement before the client could be garnished and discharged over $34,000 in debt.
Our chapter 7 bankruptcy attorney handled a bankruptcy case for a client who was over $100,000 in debt. We were able to help our client keep his vehicle despite having to file for bankruptcy. In addition, we were able to help him discharge over $100,000 worth of debt.
Our bankruptcy attorney filed a chapter 13 bankruptcy case where the debtors were delinquent on the mortgage on their personal residence. Our experienced bankruptcy attorney was able to help the client keep his home despite the bankruptcy filing.
Our Michigan chapter 13 bankruptcy attorney helped a client navigate a tricky chapter 13 bankruptcy case. In this particular case the client had over $23,000 in IRS debt and $3,600 in debt to the state of Michigan.
Our chapter 13 bankruptcy attorney was able to get both reduced and wipe out the rest of the tax debt.
In another chapter 7 bankruptcy case the debtor had a house and was afraid that he might lose it in the bankruptcy process. However, our bankruptcy attorney was able to help the client keep his house and wipe out over $33,000 in debt over time.
Debtor filed bankruptcy and was able to wipe out $56,000 of utility and credit card debts. This prevented the utility companies from shutting
off the Debtor's lights and gas utilities. Debtor was also able to protect her vehicle and other assets.
Debtor filed for bankruptcy when a creditor had brought an action to garnish her wages. The bankruptcy stopped the garnishment and the debtor was discharged.
Debtors had 2 mortgages on their home and were delinquent on both mortgages. Debtors filed for bankruptcy and stopped the foreclosure on their home. Debtors were able to cure the arrearages on the first mortgage through the bankruptcy. Debtors were able to “strip” the second
mortgage which was then wiped out when Debtors received their discharge.
Debtor is a single mother who had over $45,000 worth of medical bills and credit card debt. When Debtor lost her employment, Debtor was unable to pay her debts. Numerous collection agencies began contacting her to collect on the debts. Debtor filed for bankruptcy which stopped the collection agencies from contacting her. Debtor was able to discharge all of the medical bills and credit card debt.
Debtors were facing foreclosure on their home and had tax liabilities of over $15,000. Debtors filed bankruptcy and stopped the foreclosure on their home and stopped the taxing authorities from levying their wages. Debtors cured the arrearages on their mortgage through the
bankruptcy. Debtors were able to reduce the tax debt which had to be paid to less than $10,000. This tax liability was then paid off through their bankruptcy. Debtors' credit card and medical debts of over $49,000 were wiped out through the bankruptcy.
Debtors had accumulated numerous medical bills. Debtors fell behind on their payments on the vehicle due to the medical expenses and the vehicle that was repossessed. Debtors filed bankruptcy and were able to get the vehicle back. Debtors paid off the vehicle and the medical
bills through their bankruptcy.