Assisting individuals with Chapter 7 & Chapter 13 bankruptcy proceedings.
Our Bankruptcy Attorneys
Cunningham Dalman has bankruptcy attorneys who specialize in assisting individuals and businesses.
Personal Bankruptcy Attorney in Holland, Michigan
We know that personal bankruptcy can be an emotional and painful process, whether you file for bankruptcy protection yourself, or are affected by someone else who has filed. A competent personal bankruptcy lawyer is adept at answering the multitude of questions that arise. What debts can be discharged? Will I lose my house? What property can I keep?
Contemplating Personal Bankruptcy?
If you are contemplating filing for personal bankruptcy, Cunningham Dalman’s Bankruptcy Law Practice Group in Holland, Michigan has the experience and knowledge to advise and represent you in this important step in your personal life. Our attorneys will assist you in determining if bankruptcy is your best course of action or if other forms of relief may better fit your personal situation.
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Personal Bankruptcy Law
Our attorneys assist individuals every day with evaluating their options. Each situation is unique and sometimes non-bankruptcy steps may be your best approach. Bankruptcy law in Michigan can be complex and it's best to walk this path with experienced counsel.Read More
Chapter 7 is the most common type of personal bankruptcy and is often called "liquidation" or "straight" bankruptcy. Our attorneys can assist you in understanding the process and the best way of approaching your individual situation. In our experience, it's best to hire counsel before you begin this process.Chapter 7
Personal Bankruptcy Attorneys in Holland
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Personal Bankruptcy: Understanding all of your options
Is Bankruptcy the Right Option?
Unfortunately, there are times in our life when unexpected events occur, and we face financial challenges. In fact, it’s estimated that over 70% of bankruptcy filings are connected to unexpected medical expenses. The second biggest reason individuals file is related to credit debt resulting from job loss, an illness keeping your out of the workforce, and emergency expenses.
The good news is that bankruptcy isn’t the only choice. Our attorneys are here to discuss your options and assist you in deciding on the best path forward.
Alternatives to Bankruptcy:
Personal bankruptcy: Is chapter 7 the best option for you?
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
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personal bankruptcy: could chapter 13 be a better option?
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
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personal bankruptcy: understanding how bankruptcy court views your business
Filing Bankruptcy When You Own a Business
Personal bankruptcy will affect your business and will be largely dependent upon how your business entity is structured (Sole Proprietorship, Partnership, LLC, or Corporation). For sole proprietors, legally you are the business and any asset could be considered for settling debts. For partnerships, business assets will normally be limited to your interest or partnership level.
In these situations, we kindly ask you to invest in our services before venturing down this path. Our bankruptcy team can engage our Business & Corporate Law practice if additional expertise is required for your situation.
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personal bankruptcy: Understanding how to protect yourself
Bankruptcy of Others - Protecting Yourself
Unfortunately, you may find yourself in a situation where a former spouse or a business partner is having to file bankruptcy and your name is on a joint loan or account. Our bankruptcy attorneys see all types of situations and look to protect your interests in these situations.