If you're wondering if filing for Bankruptcy is the right choice for you, contact John A. Steinberger & Associates, P.C. today. We're a full-service metro Detroit bankruptcy law firm providing legal assistance to individuals and families in Southeast MI, including Metro Detroit, Southfield and the surrounding communities.
As a Michigan Board-Certified Bankruptcy Attorney, John Steinberger has the legal knowledge, experience and resources to guide you to make the best financial decision for you and your family.
Board Certified in Bankruptcy: Attorney John Steinberger is one of only 10 Board Certified Bankruptcy Attorneys in the Detroit area. He has demonstrated that he has the experience, knowledge, and recognition to accurately help you with your bankruptcy case.
Experience: Attorney John Steinberger has practiced law for over 25 years; he and his associates have filed over 10,000 Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies in the Detroit area and throughout Michigan.
Exclusivity: Offering legal services exclusively in the area of bankruptcy allows our Michigan bankruptcy law firm to have a specialized niche to help individuals and families with financial burdens.
Locality: Located just outside of Detroit, our law firm has a solid presence in not only the Detroit community but the Southfield area as well. Our Detroit bankruptcy attorneys are involved in various local associations and are very familiar with the surrounding areas.
Twenty-two million Americans lost jobs because of the COVID-19 pandemic shutdowns. Many of them were facing financial struggles even before the pandemic began. If you had a Chapter 13 repayment plan i… Read More
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The Michigan bankruptcy attorneys at John A. Steinberger & Associates, P.C. filed a Chapter 7 for a client who resides in Southfield, MI. Client ‘s husband filed within the last 6 months. At that time he filed it was inadvisable for her to file because she had recently inherited approximately $20,000 which would not have been exempt. Client needed to use the funds to pay certain non-dischargeable debts such as her taxes and also to repair her property. Client has approximately a $150,000 in debts from cosigning for a business. Client had approximately $5,000 income in the household but qualified for Chapter 7 because a majority was non-consumer loans. Read More