Michigan Bankruptcy Lawyer
Law Firm OverviewHensel Law Office, PLLC is a Michigan bankruptcy law firm that has been serving the area for more than a decade. The firmís sole practitioner, Michigan bankruptcy attorney Thomas Hensel, is 100% dedicated to meeting the unique and individual needs of the clients he serves. He advises clients on all of the benefits of bankruptcy.
With our dedicated and passionate legal team, headed by attorney Thomas Hensel, we fight to protect clients, their rights and family throughout the entire process. Dealing with financial issues can be an emotionally taxing time and we want to be there for each and every client along the way. If you are facing financial troubles, do not wait until it is too late to get out from under your debts, now is the time to claim what is rightfully yours in regards to debt litigation. Allow our legal professionals to guide you into a future that is debt free.
Areas of Law
Additional Areas of Law: Chapter 7 Bankruptcy; Chapter 13 Bankruptcy; Credit Counseling; Creditor Harassment; Debt Consolidation; Debt Relief; Lien Stripping; Means Test; Property Exemptions; Restoring Your Credit.
- American Bankruptcy Institute
- National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys
- Consumer Bankruptcy Association
- State Bar of Michigan
Mr. Thomas M. Hensel, Jr.
Bankruptcy, Debt Relief
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Chapter 7 vs. Chapter 13: Important Information You Need to Know
Few people are unfamiliar with the bankruptcy terms referred to as Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. However, far more are less familiar with what the difference between these two types of filings is and just how it can be determined when to use one versus another. Bankruptcy is most often a court-ordered process that is first initiated by the debtor.Read Article