Bankruptcy Ch 7/Ch 13
Bankruptcy is an excellent tool to eliminate unsecured debt such as credit cards, medical debt, deficiencies resulting from foreclosure and repossession. These types of debts are discharged at the conclusion of the bankruptcy process in both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. In a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you may be required to pay a portion of the unsecured debt through your repayment plan.
Normal people are taken advantage of on a daily basis by small businesses as well as large corporations. Don’t be a victim; know your consumer rights under Michigan as well as Federal law.
Contracts can be complex and can involve the exchange of legal rights that may people overlook or fail to fully understand. You should not sign any contract until you have had it reviewed by an attorney.
We are still in an economic environment that lends itself to debt negotiation. Let a professional reach out to your creditors to determine if a settlement of your debt can be negotiated to minimize both the effect on your credit and your payment of excessive interest.
Timing is of the utmost importance in filing for divorce. Understanding the process and preparing for all possible developments will determine the outcome of your case. It can be an emotional time, but having an attorney who is focused on protecting your interests will ensure that you make the right decisions for your family.
Michigan child support law is based on the Michigan Child Support Formula. However, details such as physical custody, parenting time, income, offsets, and benefits, which determine the amount paid, can be litigated vigorously.
Accidents happen; however, some other party’s negligence doesn’t have to ruin your life. Make sure you understand your rights and the time limits for determining who may be liable for your injuries.