As a Michigan Board Certified Bankruptcy Attorney, John Steinberger has the legal knowledge, experience and resources to help you, just as he and his legal team have helped thousands of clients. If you are considering filing for bankruptcy in Michigan, it is important that you are armed with as much knowledge about the process as possible. The Michigan bankruptcy attorney team at John A. Steinberger and Associates will work with you to establish a bankruptcy plan that is most beneficial to you both in the short- and long-term. Contact us today for a consultation - 866-690-2142.
With a Michigan Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, most debts are discharged if the creditor (party to whom the debt is owed) is listed on your Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Petition. If you do not list a creditor on the petition, any debts to that creditor will not be discharged. You must also list creditors whose debts are not discharged and creditors whose debts you intend to pay (see below). - Learn More
After you have retained our Michigan bankruptcy law firm, we will prepare your Chapter 13 bankruptcy petition. In preparing a petition for a Michigan Chapter 13 bankruptcy, it is important to list all debts owed, even if the payments are current. If you do not list a debt, it will not be consolidated. - Learn More
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"I found John Steinberger’s office to be very informative. The staff was helpful anytime I called. I wouldSTRONGLY recommed this office to people in need of this kind of help. They made the process as easy as possible, and in a timely fashion." - J.L.