We help you best by guiding you through the bankruptcy system. Too many people make the mistake of hiring any attorney who claims to do bankruptcy and thinking that they just have to file some paperwork and they’re all done.
No matter how simple or small you may think your case is, bankruptcy trustees look at your case in order to find assets they can liquidate for the benefit of your creditors. You do not want to enter your bankruptcy with your eyes closed when the other players involved have theirs wide open.
Instead, turn to us. We deliver the personalized bankruptcy representation that best positions you for success. Our lawyers work with you to ensure your bankruptcy case anticipates and avoids obstacles in advance. In doing so, we
maximize the assets you can keep and better prepare you for future financial success.
Our experience means we know how the bankruptcy trustees will view your case. It also means we understand how different trustees approach their cases differently and how different creditors will handle your bankruptcy. We build that knowledge into your case in order to build a bankruptcy for you that is designed to succeed.
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.
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.
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 […]
People often think that chapter 7 cases are easy, straight forward and uncomplicated. It’s easy, right? An attorney just buys a computer software bankruptcy program, inputs some information, files the case, goes to the 341 hearing and then waits for the discharge order. While I certainly don’t turn down simple cases, I do come across […]