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Sorry this email is a long time coming. I would like to thank you for all you did for my wife and myself. You were always very prompt and informative whenever anything was needed. Many times I was scared and worried during that difficult time. You always helped out and made me feel more secure.…
(White Lake, MI)
Acclaim Legal Services was extremely helpful to us during a very distressing time of our lives. We started off with a chapter 13 then the economy dropped even further and after a year and a half we had to file chapter 7. We had many obstacles to overcome having owned our own business for over 23 yrs.…
Dan & Debbie
(West Bloomfield, Michigan)
My wife and I would like to thank you for your assistance in handling our bankruptcy. Believe me, it was very hard to admit that we had a serious financial problem. Thanks to the professionalism of all your staff, we have been able to overcome our embarrassment and take charge of our lives again.…
Darryl and Brenda
Just wanted to thank you for all your help settling our deficiency with the bank.
After finding out the bank wanted us to pay the difference between what we owed them on the house and what they sold it for, I didn’t know which way to turn…the thought of possibly loosing our building kept…