Meet Our New Firm Website

Gold, Lange & Majoros P.C. has recently launched a brand new corporate website to help enhance the experience for its users and deliver information more quickly to its customers.

When asked about the new website John Lange, one of the firm’s partners, had this to say, “We are excited about our new website. Our goal was to make it more user friendly and to provide information that you or somebody that you know might find helpful.”

What’s New?

The new website is completely revamped and offers a faster experience for mobile users, easier access to the firm attorney profiles, and a showcase of the firm blog posts and important bankruptcy news.

For Referring Attorneys

The new website also comes with a special feature that allows referring attorneys and referring law firms to easily communicate a new bankruptcy case opportunity with complete confidence.

Take The Tour Today

We encourage you to take the tour at https://glmpclaw.com today or give us a phone call at (248) 350-8220 with any bankruptcy related matters that require professional assistance.

News and Events

Nine West Bankruptcy

The retailer Nine West has filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy citing debts totaling more than $1 Billion.  Nine West owns the Anne Klein brand as well.  Learn more.

Sears Stores Closing In Michigan

The iconic brand of Sears is getting smaller in Michigan in the midst of bankruptcy.  The legendary retailer is recently announced that stores in Ann Arbor and Lincoln Park will be closing.  Learn more.

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Meet Our New Firm Website

Gold, Lange & Majoros P.C. has recently launched a brand new corporate website to help enhance the experience for its users and deliver information more quickly to its customers. When asked about the new website John Lange, one of the firm’s partners, had this to say, “We are excited about our new website. Our goal […]

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