Taylor Bankruptcy Lawyer
Bryant Logan Law Group, PLC
More and more people throughout Michigan are considering filing for bankruptcy. If you are having trouble keeping up with mortgage repayments and other monthly expenses, bankruptcy could be a good option for you. By contacting our bankruptcy attorneys at the Bryant Logan Law Group, PLC, we could examine your specific case and seek to determine what your options are. At our law firm, honesty is what defines us. If you come to us seeking help, we will give you an honest opinion as to whether or not we think bankruptcy is the right answer for you.
We have over 50 years of combined experience on our side and we have been able to successfully resolve a number of different types of cases. From Chapter 7 to Chapter 13 bankruptcy to creditor harassment to foreclosure defense, you can rely on our team to have your best interests at heart. You can call our office for a free case evaluation and we are available for appointments on the weekends and in the evenings. We also offer affordable payment plans because we do not want to make your situation any worse than it already is. Bankruptcy is a tool designed to help people clear their debt and have a chance at a clean slate.
Facing bankruptcy in Taylor, Michigan?
Taylor is a city in Wayne County with a population of over 63,000. The income per capita in Taylor is $19,669 and the median household income is $42,047. The unemployment rate in Taylor is 10.7%. According to the 2010 U.S. Census, there are 24,370 households and 16,700 families in Taylor. The density of the population is 2,675 people per square mile and the density of the housing units is 1.119 units per square mile. The racial breakdown of the population is 78% White, 15% African American, 1.8% Asian, and 0.5% Native American. If you are considering filing for bankruptcy in Taylor, you will file with the United States Bankruptcy Court, Eastern District of Michigan.
If you have more questions regarding bankruptcy, please do not hesitate to get in touch with our team. Bankruptcy is not right for everyone, but it could be what you need to be cleared of debt. Chapter 7 bankruptcy clears most of your debt by liquidizing your non-exempt assets.
Chapter 13 bankruptcy creates a three to five year repayment plan so that you can reorganize your debts and pay them back over time. To learn what options are available to you, please do not hesitate to
contact a Taylor bankruptcy attorney from our team of professionals! Call today!
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