Bankruptcy Second Opinion

A New Strategy Might Make The Difference

If you have already been told that you cannot file bankruptcy, but you want to make sure, let us take a look at your case.If you’ve been told that you are eligible for bankruptcy relief, but are concerned with the legal advice you received, we’ll be glad to analyze your situation and give you our opinion.The Metro Detroit law firm of Gold Lange & Majoros, P.C., has more than 100 combined years of bankruptcy experience. In fact, bankruptcy is all our lawyers do.Our attorneys represent clients on all sides of bankruptcy cases, including the trustees themselves. As a result, we bring a comprehensive understanding of bankruptcy strategy to every case we handle.

Let Us Help You Avoid Some Common Bankruptcy Mistakes

Many people who come to us have already been told they cannot file bankruptcy. In many cases, we can indeed help those same people file for bankruptcy.

Some of the common mistakes:

  • Being told they are not eligible for bankruptcy relief, when perhaps they are
  • Misapplying the means test
  • Suggesting that they will lose certain assets which may be exempt
  • Advising them that they can never eliminate income tax debts

Let us make the legal determinations for you. That is why we exist. We will determine your eligibility and, when doing so, we will be able to provide you with the kind of comprehensive analysis that will set your mind at ease no matter what decision you make. Even if we determine that bankruptcy is indeed not for you, we can nevertheless point you in the direction of a number of bankruptcy alternatives.

Come See Us Just To Make Sure

Call us to schedule your free initial consultation: 248-350-8220. You can also contact our team online.

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