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We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the bankruptcy code.
Office Hours: 
Monday - Friday 9:00AM to 6:00PM
Saturday and Sunday by Appointments
Detroit Location (Main Office) 
18551 W. Warren Ave 
Detroit, MI. 48228 
Southfield Location 
24300 Southfield, Ste 210
Southfield, MI 48075
Phone: 1-313-982-0010
Fax: (313) 271-2561 
"We Look Forward To Meeting You. We Can Get You Out Of Debt"

Toll FREE : 1-877-471-4049
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Can Eliminate Almost All Types Of Debt, In About 3 Months

• Force creditors to return garnished money
• Stop wage, tax refund and bank garnishments
• Stop foreclosure and eviction
• Stop repossession and seizure
• Stop collection calls and letters
• Stop lawsuits
• Stop utility shut off and restore service
• Eliminate IRS tax debt, if eligible
Local: 1-248-281-6299
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Toll FREE : 1-877-471-4049
Southfield Location
24300 Southfield Road, Ste 210
Southfield,  MI.   48075
Detroit Location
18551 W. Warren Ave 
Detroit,  MI.. 48228
(313) 982-0010 
Why Are You Considering Filing Bankruptcy?
Let Us Help You Get Out Of Debt!
We have some of the lowest bankruptcy 
rates in Detroit & surrounding counties.
Stop Wage Garnishment , Keep Your Paycheck, Stop Harassing Phone Calls Protect Your Income and Assets, Save Money and Time
Wage Garnishments
Creditor Harassment 
Collection Calls 
Will filing for bankruptcy stop creditor harassment and bill collectors from calling?
Will filing for bankruptcy end garnishments?
Is my spouse required to file for bankruptcy with me?
Will I lose my home if I file for bankruptcy?
Not Likely 
Ask Us About Payment Plans 
What Documents Do You Need to File for Bankruptcy?
Our first meeting with a client consists of discussing their assets, debts, income, and expenses. Generally, we ask our new clients to bring in their most recent tax returns and pay stubs, social security card, and driver's license ( or another state issued I.D.) to their first meeting with us (if the client has access those documents).
When you file a bankruptcy, 90-days prior to the date that you filed, you’re considered bankrupt. So, basically, anything you do within 90-days, many times, the creditor can go back and look into what you’ve done in that 90-days period. That’s why we’re able to recover garnishments within 90 days because you’re considered bankrupt in that period throughout. If you go out and buy electronics and luxury goods on credit, there’s a presumption that that’s a non-dischargeable debt. If you’ve gone on and used your credit card to buy groceries or put gas in a car, that’s not such a big deal but if they see cash advances or went to Wallmart and bought a 90-inch flat screen TV, that’s a problem.
90 days rules
Don't worry, we'll get you through this!
Can filing for bankruptcy prevent a disconnection of your utilities?
Will filing for bankruptcy affect my job?
Federal law prohibits any public or private employer from discriminating against an employee for filing bankruptcy, 
Drowning in Debt … Sleepless Nights … Creditors Calling … Wages Garnished … Vehicle Seized … Home Foreclosures … Having trouble getting through each day... 
If you are drowning in debt, dread the ring of your phone and need to seek financial relief, call our office, it is a free consultation, we will give you your best option for getting a fresh start.
We've helped thousands of clients in filing for bankruptcy 
We will help you cancel the majority, if not all, of your debts.
Is The Cheapest & Easiest  Way To Get Out Of Debt 
Toll FREE: 1-877-471-4049 
Toll FREE: 1-877-471-4049 
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With Bankruptcy You Can Keep Your Car, Your Home, Your Furniture, Your Bank Account & More...
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Michigan Bankruptcy Lawyers 
Local: 1-248-281-6299
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