Put More Than 135 Years of Bankruptcy Law Experience to Work For You
Put More Than 135 Years of Bankruptcy Law Experience to Work For You

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Eliminate Your Credit Card Debt

When you consider bankruptcy in Metro Detroit, you want to know you are getting advice from someone who understands how the system works, someone who respects bankruptcy law and its power to help people get a fresh start on their financial lives. Here at the bankruptcy law firm of Gold Lange, Majoros, & Smalarz, P.C., our attorneys can provide you with that kind of guidance. With more than 100 years of combined experience between us, we know when bankruptcy will work for you and when it won’t. When it won’t, you can rely on our lawyers as experienced and thoughtful bankruptcy professionals to point you in the direction of any one of a number of bankruptcy alternatives that are right for you.

When You File A Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, What Happens?

While any recommendation of legal action can only be made after personal consultation with an attorney, we generally find that people will benefit from a Chapter 7 bankruptcy if they face certain types of obstacles:

A Chapter 7 can eliminate the credit and medical debt. It can also help eliminate debt and reject contracts associated with your business. Even with student loans (which generally cannot be eliminated in bankruptcy except under very rare circumstances), a bankruptcy can be used to eliminate other debts, thereby freeing up money to pay those loans.

Put Yourself Back In Charge Of Your Financial Life

Schedule your free initial consultation with our team by calling 248-350-8220. You can also reach us online.

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Recall in part 1 and part 2 of this article that Joe is a former Florida resident who moved to Michigan and then filed chapter 7 bankruptcy. Under the bankruptcy code, Florida is considered to be his domicile because he lived in Florida for the 180-day period preceding the 730-day period preceding the filing of […]

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Recall in Part 1 of our Chapter 7 Bankruptcy blog series that “Joe” is a former Florida resident who filed chapter 7 after he moved to Michigan. Under the bankruptcy code, Florida was considered to be his domicile because he lived in Florida for the 180-day period preceding the 730-day period preceding the filing of […]