Michigan Bankruptcy Attorney
Law Firm OverviewLaw Offices of Walter Metzen & Associates is a consumer bankruptcy firm with offices in Detroit and Royal Oak, Michigan and serving clients throughout the area. The firm provides practical solutions for difficult debt situations, including Chapters 7 and 13 bankruptcies.
Attorney Walter Metzen’s goal in representing clients is to ensure their assets are protected to the full extent that bankruptcy laws allow while also helping secure a discharge of debt through bankruptcy court. The firm’s close proximity to the Detroit bankruptcy court is highly convenient for cases of emergency such as to stop a garnishment, foreclosure, asset seizure, or car repossession.
Mr. Metzen has been practicing personal bankruptcy in Michigan for more than 20 years and has represented thousands of bankruptcy clients. He is a Board Certified Specialist in Consumer Bankruptcy by the American Board of Certification. His values include accessibility and value for clients, along with respect, understanding that bankruptcy laws are in place to help everyone, and no one is immune from devastating debt.
Year this Office was Established: 1994
Areas of Law
Additional Areas of Law: Consumer Bankruptcy; Chapter 7 Bankruptcy; Chapter 13 Bankruptcy.
Mr. Walter A. Metzen
- American Bankruptcy Institute
- State of Michigan Bar Association
- Consumer Bankruptcy Association
- National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys
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