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Firm Overview

Our Bankruptcy Law Firm Can Help You Reclaim Control of Your Life

The Law Office of Jeffrey J. Randa is a local law firm prepared to help you in your strained financial situation. Attorney Randa is familiar with the problems facing residents of Michigan in general and the Metro-Detroit area in particular. He and his knowledgeable staff have assisted thousands of individuals, families and small business owners reclaim control of their lives and financial situations with skillful bankruptcy advice and planning.

The Law Office of Jeffrey J. Randa takes speedy action to help you address your financial difficulties. We offer guidance on getting rid of foreclosure debt and bankruptcy options. We focus primarily on Chapter 7 bankruptcy although we can advise on Chapter 13 bankruptcy as well. You can trust our law office to identify solutions that are right for you. Together, we will get you started toward a financial future with no more anxiety, stress or fear.

Debt Relief Solutions in a Challenging Local Economy

Becoming overburdened with debt is, unfortunately, a sign of the times. The areas surrounding Detroit and Macomb County have been particularly hard hit. Recent global economic downturns have led United States and foreign trade markets into severely strained relations. As a result, a staggering number of jobs in the Detroit area have vanished.

The City of Detroit is in a severe budget shortfall and has itself filed for bankruptcy – making even local government jobs, traditionally some of the most secure in the labor market, volatile.
According to an April 2013 report by the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, Detroit leads the 50 largest cities in the United States in unemployment with an overwhelming 23.1 percent unemployment rate. That is more than triple the 7.3 percent national average released for August 2013.

Localized urban decline has left solvent families in situations where the homes and buildings around their lifelong homesteads have been abandoned or foreclosed, reducing the value of their life’s investment to pennies on the dollar. Thousands of Detroit area property owners are underwater in their mortgages, and families struggle every day to make ends meet responsibly. You are not alone.

Rising interest rates can make regular expenses overwhelming. An unforeseen medical calamity, educational need or increased mortgage payment can throw your entire month of finances off.

There is a breaking point. But you do not have to get there.

Help is A Phone Call Away

You did not create the situations that gave rise to overburdening financial debt. Bankruptcy is happening to honest, hardworking people every single day across the nation. There is help available. Michigan bankruptcy lawyer, Jeffrey J. Randa and his friendly staff understand the unique aspects of bankruptcy and property ownership in the Detroit metropolitan area and Macomb County. Call us at 586-465-1980.

Calling the Law Office of Jeffrey J. Randa is the first step on the path of financial relief. There is no obligation and your call requires a minimal investment of your time. We answer every call during normal business hours personally – your call will not go to voicemail. At the end of our conversation you will be able to determine if we are the right fit for your legal needs. We are confident that, once you talk with us, you will realize the difference the Law Office of Jeffrey J. Randa provides.

Experience that Counts

Attorney Jeffrey J. Randa has been in practice for more than 20 years and has helped thousands of people address their bankruptcy with dignity. As a well-versed bankruptcy attorney, Jeffrey Randa is familiar with the issues facing residents of Michigan, making our team not only highly qualified, but also deeply invested in your unique financial situation. Michigan is our home, too. Its residents have suffered enough. We will do all we can to get you back on track financially. You will find our team honest, candid and effective in helping you through the bankruptcy process.

When we meet with a new client, we review the steps of the bankruptcy process, outline your options, help you complete the necessary forms and provide one-on-one, individualized attention. We make sure each client leaves with a thorough understanding of the process, their rights and options.

Call Our Bankruptcy Law Firm Today for Assistance

Call today at 586-465-1980 for a no-obligation consultation. You have nothing to lose, except the stress of dealing with financial problems every day. We are convinced that once you speak with our staff, you will decide that we are the right law firm to help you through these trying times.

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