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Bankruptcy provides you with a solution to financial problems caused by different forms of debt such as: credit card debt, medical debt, personal loan debt, the unpaid balances remaining after a foreclosure or repossession and old or new debt. After a successful bankruptcy filing, your qualified debts will be discharged allowing you to start over with a clean slate and get back onto firmer financial footing.

Although bankruptcy is often the best financial choice in many cases, most people are not sure if a filing is specifically right for them. You need to understand how bankruptcy laws apply to your circumstances, and ensure that you make an informed choice when deciding whether or not to file. A legal advocate in your local area with experience in bankruptcy filings can do just that. A local bankruptcy attorney is always there to look out for your interests. At the law office of Jeffrey J. Randa we are here to answer any questions you may have, fully inform you of the bankruptcy process and provide you with options of relief.

Our Bankruptcy Attorney is here for you

Having an experienced local bankruptcy attorney represent you is important to ensure you comply with all federal requirements so your debt can be successfully discharged. Jeffrey J. Randa can provide assistance to clients in the following (but not limited to) areas:

Jeffrey J. Randa is dedicated to representing people throughout the tri county area of the state of Michigan who are experiencing financial problems. You should not have to live with the worry of bills you cannot pay, debt from an old foreclosure or with the threat of having your wages garnished. The Bankruptcy Code is there to protect you and an experienced local attorney in your area can help you make the laws work for you.

How a Bankruptcy Lawyer Can Help

Your bankruptcy lawyer can advise you on whether your debts are dischargeable and help you determine what chapter of bankruptcy you qualify for. Most consumers file a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, both of which provide relief from debts but do so in very different ways. An attorney can explain the different chapters of bankruptcy as well as guide you through the necessary steps so you can stop living your life worried about debts you cannot pay.

Working with a local attorney who handles bankruptcy issues in your area can make the process easier and less stressful. You will be served by a friendly, compassionate staff who is available to you in a conveniently located office and who will be accessible if you have questions that you need answered.

You will know upfront what the fees for legal representation are while avoiding hidden costs and fees when you work with the bankruptcy law office of Jeffrey J. Randa. You will also be treated with dignity and respect throughout your bankruptcy process. Call today to learn more and begin that first step towards financial freedom, even if your call is just to ask questions.

Bankruptcy News & Resources - Learn about updates and resources from Macomb County Bankruptcy Law Firm

The Difference Between a Chapter 13 and a Chapter 7

The two most common types of bankruptcies are a Chapter 13 bankruptcy and a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Although we do not practice Chapter 13 bankruptcies in our office, they still need to be mentioned because if you are not eligible for a chapter 7, you most likely will file a chapter 13. Chapter 7 Bankruptcy… View Article

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What You Should Know About Payday Loans

The payday loan industry is a controversial one, with regular disagreements over what regulations should be placed on payday lenders. As lawmakers explore regulating the payday loan industry, one man who played a major role in bringing payday loans to Michigan speaks out about his experience with the payday loan empire that he operated. As… View Article

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Men and Women Have Different Reasons for Seeking Bankruptcy Protection

Bankruptcies occur among people of both genders. However, men are more likely than women to go bankrupt. One study of bankruptcies over the course of 2014 found that 60 percent of the debtors who went bankrupt were male compared with 40 percent of the debtors who were female.  However, the number of bankruptcies among women… View Article

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