Emergency Bankruptcy Filings

Do You Need An Emergency Bankruptcy?

Not every bankruptcy attorney in Metro Detroit handles emergency filings. Emergency filings require the ability to quickly (and correctly) analyze the details that can make or break a bankruptcy case.Our lawyers can perform that analysis because, as a team, we hold more than 100 years of combined bankruptcy experience. When you come to see us for an emergency filing, we will put your mind at ease. We have been down these roads many times and can do the same for you.

Why File An Emergency Bankruptcy?

If you are thinking about filing an emergency bankruptcy, you are very likely facing the loss of your home or your car. In these situations, time is of the essence in order to beat the sheriff’s sale or the repossession.

We can, if necessary, act fast to file an emergency bankruptcy petition to get you quickly protected from your creditors. You can rely on us to correctly determine whether, in this situation, your cause is better served by a Chapter 7 or a Chapter 13 and how quickly it must be filed.

You can also rely on us to let you know if a bankruptcy alternative would better meet your needs. Our experienced team does not simply push you into a bankruptcy for the sake of filing a bankruptcy; instead, we focus on what you really need and how we can really help you.

Call Us Now

Where emergency filings are concerned, it is imperative that you speak with us immediately. You can call us at 248-350-8220 or reach out to us by email.

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