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Jeffrey J. Randa

Jeffrey J. Randa
Phone: (586) 465-1980
Fax: (586) 465-5966
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Experienced and Dedicated Michigan Bankruptcy Lawyer

Jeffrey J. Randa is the founder of the Office of Jeffrey J. Randa, Attorney and Counselor at Law. Attorney Randa is an experienced Michigan bankruptcy lawyer who helps people get out of difficult financial situations, including the debt left behind by a foreclosure. . He has practiced law for nearly 25 years and is committed to helping people address their financial difficulties and move their lives forward. Attorney Randa has assisted thousands of individuals, families and small businesses in Macomb, Oakland, Wayne, St. Clair, and Sanilac Counties get the debt relief they need to regain control of their lives and their financial situations.

Attorney Randa graduated from law school at the Detroit College of Law in 1990 where he was a multi-year recipient of Excellence Awards in the Study of Law. He also participated in national moot court competitions. After law school he worked as an associate with several law firms in the Detroit area where he developed a strong understanding of how to counsel and navigate clients through the legal system. Shortly thereafter, he started his own law firm so that he could use his legal education and training to help people overcome their financial troubles.

In his practice, Jeffrey J. Randa concentrates on making certain that his clients understand the bankruptcy process from beginning to end. As a skilled bankruptcy attorney, he provides complete guidance on all bankruptcy options. If you or someone you care about is in an impossible financial situation, contact Jeffrey J. Randa today. Attorney Randa is a compassionate Macomb County bankruptcy lawyer dedicated to helping you find the right solution to your financial problems. He appreciates the stress and anxiety that you are facing and will make certain that you fully understand all of the options available to you.

Admitted to Practice

  • State Bar of Michigan, 1990
  • United States District Court, Eastern District of Michigan, 1990


  • Detroit College of Law, Detroit, MI
    • J.D., 1990
    • Multiple year recipient of the Ralph, Rose and Samuel Helper award in Excellence in the Study of Law
    • National Competitor in Moot Court
  • Wayne State University, Detroit, MI
    • B.A., Psychology, 1986
    • Merit Scholarship for entire college education
  • University of Detroit Mercy, Detroit, MI
    • Graduate Certificate in Addiction Studies, expected completion 2014
    • University of Detroit Mercy, Detroit, MI
    • Graduate Certificate in Addiction Studies, expected completion 2014

Professional Affiliations

  • Macomb County Bar Association, Member 1993 – Present

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