Michigan bankruptcy attorney John A. Steinberger focuses exclusively on the practice of consumer bankruptcy and has represented both debtors and creditors in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies. He has handled all aspects of the filing of Chapter 7's and Chapter 13's, including consultations with clients to review their financial condition, preparation of schedules, plans, Motions to Modify Plans, Statement of Purpose, Motions to Incur Debts, Motions to sell assets, attendance at First Meeting of Creditors, Confirmation Hearings, Motions to Dismiss, Motion to Lift Stay, Objections to Confirmation, Depositions and trials regarding Adversary Proceedings. As a Board Certified Bankruptcy attorney in Michigan with over 25 years in legal practice, Mr. Steinberger has the experience and resources to accurately represent individuals and families in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies. His plethora of legal experience in the area of Michigan bankruptcy consists of his filing of over 10,000 bankruptcies in the duration of his legal career.
Michigan bankruptcy lawyer Noel Aaron Cimmino has worked in bankruptcy law in Michigan since 2001. He has worked with clients throughout Michigan and has handled cases involving filing for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Michigan, filing for a Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Michigan, adversary proceedings, trustee proceedings, and other bankruptcy related litigation. Mr. Cimmino is licensed to practice law in the states of Florida and Michigan and handles a majority of the firm's hearings and motion practice. He has served on the Board of Directors of the Detroit Consumer Bankruptcy Association since 2006 and co-authored the court sanctioned Best Practices manual regarding Reaffirmation Agreements. Mr. Cimmino was President of his law school during his third year at the University of Miami School of Law and was twice named to Who's Who of American Law Students.
Created On: 12/07/2009
Many of our clients make some mistakes either before deciding to file bankruptcy, or before they come to our firm for help. It is important for debtors to be aware of certain bankruptcy laws regarding exempt assets...
Created On: 11/11/2009
So you’ve considered your options, and decided that the only solution to you financial situation is obtaining chapter 7 bankruptcy protection. What happens now?
Created On: 11/11/2009
Once you’ve decided that chapter 13 is the solution for your financial situation, you’ll want to know what you’re in for.