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How to File for Bankruptcy in Michigan Without a Lawyer

When bankruptcy appears to be an inevitable part of your future, the idea of hiring an attorney to help you may seem impossible. After all, bankruptcy is for people who can’t afford to pay their exi… Read More
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​Can a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Save Your Home?

For many Michigan families, their home is their most valuable asset. It carries with it memories, dignity, and your sense of belonging, on top of the monetary value. When you fall behind on your mortg… Read More
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Are retirement plans exempt in bankruptcy?

MICHIGAN BANKRUPTCY ATTORNEYS Bankruptcy affords protection for retirement plans. If you have a 401k, 403B, IRA or other pension plan, this asset should be exempt if you file bankruptcy. An IRA is exe… Read More
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New Michigan Foreclosure Law

Michigan’s new foreclosure law became effective on July 5, 2009. The purpose of the law is to slow the rate of foreclosure. The law requires mortgage companies to notify their borrowers prior to… Read More
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