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Request a consultation with our Flint bankruptcy attorney, Bill Johnson using the form below. If you are a current client please call our office toll free at 866-261-8282 to schedule an appointment with the Attorney working on your case, as their individual schedules vary.
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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)
I would like to extend a special thank you to your firm, especially Cindy Millns and our attorney – they were both very helpful in this whole process very reassuring. I would recommend your firm to anyone that needs assistance!
I am a hard working and proud individual. So when I came to the realization that I might actually have to file bankruptcy, it really ran against everything my parents ever tried to instill in me. I have to say that I was embarrassed and a bit ashamed. However being a realist, I contacted your firm…
Five years ago I was in so much debt that I couldn’t think straight. I wasn’t eating or sleeping properly. Then I lost one of my jobs (neither one was paying very much, just a bit over minimum wage). I began to be late on my house notes every month. I got into a car accident which threw me behind…