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Chapter 13 Bankruptcy in Michigan

Chapter 13 bankruptcy is a financial reorganization plan that accomplishes the following:

  • Stops foreclosure
  • Consolidates your bills
  • Lowers your total monthly payments to an affordable level
  • Stops the interest on most of the debts
  • Allows you time to repay your creditors

Are you faced with foreclosure, repossession and/or utility shut off?  It is important that you contact our Michigan bankruptcy law firm immediately.  We will work with you to quickly file a Michigan Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Petition with the bankruptcy court.  Your petition needs to be filed before a sheriff's sale, or you may not be able to reinstate your mortgage.

More information on Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Michigan:

Michigan Chapter 13 Bankruptcy - Overview

Chapter 13 is a type of bankruptcy designed to consolidate bills and repay creditors.  Under Chapter 13, a person makes regular payments to a Trustee assigned by the Court.  These payments are generally made through a wage assignment if the person… Read More

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy in MI - Frequently Asked Questions

Q:  What is a Chapter 13 bankruptcy in MI? A:  Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Michigan is a financial reorganization plan.  It stops foreclosure.  It consolidates all of your bills and lowers your total monthly payments to an affordable level.  It sto… Read More

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Resources

Chapter 13 Trustees: The Office of the U.S. Trustee appoints all bankruptcy case interim trustees. This office has supervisory responsibility over the actions of the individual trustees in all bankruptcy proceedings. The Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Truste… Read More

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Filing for a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy in Michigan

Are your monthly bills too high for you to pay them? Do you need legal advice regarding filing for a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy in Michigan? Attorney John Steinberger is a Board Certified Bankruptcy attorney, meaning he has taken steps to be recognized na… Read More

How to Stop or Prevent a Foreclosure by Filing for Bankruptcy

Filing for bankruptcy before your house is sold at a sheriff’s sale may help you stop or prevent the foreclosure of your home.  If you want to prevent a foreclosure by filing for bankruptcy in Michigan, you should contact a Michigan bankrup… Read More

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