Pontiac Bankruptcy Attorney
Your Bankruptcy Attorney in Pontiac, MI
Looking to file your bankruptcy in the Pontiac Area? The Adler Law Firm PLLC specializes in both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies. We will walk you through each step of the way, helping you determine whether bankruptcy is right for you and which one best fits your needs. The best bankruptcy attorney in Pontiac is always here for you.
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
In order to qualify for chapter 7, you need to fall within a certain income range based on your household size. Meeting with a bankruptcy attorney or legal expert can help you figure out whether you qualify. Call us today at (248) 270-8223 or schedule a free consultation with us to see whether you are eligible.
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
After filing for Chapter 13, you’ll get certain debts wiped clean, and the court will ensure you can pay back other debts to creditors at a pace that makes sense for you based on your income. You’ll get your debt reorganized and you’ll have to pay it back over a 3-5 year period. But don’t worry, the court will ensure the pace makes most sense for you. See our article on Chapter 13 bankruptcy for more information.
Speak to our Pontiac bankruptcy attorney to find out which is best for you.
Other Areas We Serve
Besides for filing bankruptcies for Pontiac residents, we also provide bankruptcy services for clients in Detroit, Warren, Southfield, Dearborn, Farmington Hills, Westland, Novi, and Royal Oak.
Where Is The Bankruptcy Court for Pontiac, Michigan?
The bankruptcy court in Detroit, Michigan is located at 211 West Fort St., Detroit, MI 48226, on the corner of Fort & Washington, 1 block northward up Washington from Cobo Arena. Virtually all Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 meetings occur in this courthouse. This court location houses all proceedings for debtors residing in Lenawee, Macomb, Oakland, St. Clair, Sanilac, and Wayne counties.
About Pontiac, MI
Pontiac, having been founded in 1818, is the second European-American organized settlement in Michigan within close proximity to Detroit. It was named after Pontiac, a war chief of the Ottawa people. The city was best known for its General Motors automobile manufacturing plants of the 20th century, which were the basis of its economy and contributed to the wealth of the region. Companies such as Fisher Body, Pontiac East Assembly, which manufactured GMC products, and the Pontiac Motor Division were of note. In the city’s golden age, it was the site of the central automobile assembly plant for the production of the famed Pontiac cars.
In 1975, the city built the Pontiac Silverdome, the stadium that hosted the Detroit Lions of the National Football League, until the team returned to Downtown Detroit at Ford Field. After 2001, the stadium continued to be used for concerts and other events until it was demolished in 2017.
Pontiac is defined by the city of Auburn Hills to the east and north, the city of Lake Angelus to the north, Waterford Township to the west, and Bloomfield Township to the south.