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Your Trusted Macomb County Bankruptcy Attorney

The Law Office of Jeffrey J. Randa represents clients seeking legal counsel from a Michigan, Detroit or Macomb County bankruptcy lawyer. Attorney Randa and his staff have more than 24 years of experience assisting clients with their financial woes. Our law firm boasts a 100 percent success rate with bankruptcy clients.

Challenging Times

Macomb County and its environs are no strangers to hard times. With a marked decline in population since the 1950 U.S. Census, Detroit has struggled with the issues of depopulation. This struggle has left an unfortunate mark on the city and its surroundings in the form of abandoned homes and buildings, uncollected tax revenues and vanishing jobs.

In 2011, more than half of the owners of Detroit’s nearly 305,000 properties failed to pay their tax bills. The lack of tax revenues has led to an ongoing fiscal crisis that culminated with the City of Detroit filing the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history in July, 2013. These profound setbacks, coupled with the economic crash around 2008, affected nearly everyone in Macomb, Oakland, Wayne, St. Clair and Sanilac Counties. Our whole southeastern Michigan area is struggling to get back on its feet.

Revitalization through Bankruptcy

Despite overwhelming odds, The Motor City has an influx of developers who proudly maintain that they are unfazed by the city’s problems. Midtown Motown has lured a population of young urban professionals that continues to increase.

Developers have been successfully promoting commerce in the downtown areas and residential rates are in the upper 90 percentile. Cultural and entertainment development continue to flourish and Detroit has been heralded as on the verge of one of the largest urban redevelopment booms in the 21st century.

With a positive influx of younger professionals and new businesses establishing headquarters in Detroit, the city is rebuilding itself despite its challenging financial times. If hard-hit Detroit can do it, then you can turn your life (and your fortunes) around, as well.

Macomb County bankruptcy attorney Jeffrey J. Randa can help you get on your feet and begin a rejuvenated financial life with a fresh start and a clean slate. Call our offices today to speak to our professional staff any time during the business day and learn how easy it is to get on the right financial path. Call us at 586-228-6523 for a free, no obligation consultation.

About Macomb County, Michigan

Macomb County has a total area of roughly 570 square miles and is the third most populous county in Michigan with 840,978 individuals, as of the 2010 U.S. Census.

Macomb County is located in the Detroit metropolitan area, just north of The Motor City itself, bordering the famous “8 Mile” Road. Macomb County hosts 28 residential cities, townships and villages. Among those are three of the top ten most populated municipalities in the state. Macomb County is adjacent to the other Michigan counties of St. Clair, Lapeer, Oakland, and Wayne.

According to the 2010 U.S. Census, the median household income in Macomb County was $52,102, while the per capita income was at $24,446 for county residents. Advanced manufacturing, automotive, defense, recreation and agriculture are the primary area industries.

Macomb County is proudly home to more than 12,000 acres of state and local government-managed park lands, constituting more than 130 individual recreation areas.

The main office of Jeffrey J. Randa is located on Main Street in Macomb County, but, the office often represents clients from other Michigan counties with their Chapter 7 bankruptcy needs. .

Contact us today at 586-228-6523 for a free, no obligation consultation, or arrange an appointment at our offices located at 75 North Main Street in Mount Clemens.

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