Detroit Lawyers PLLC featured in Jalopnik

The automotive blog, Jalopnik,  conducted a thorough investigation of Credit Acceptance and its practices. Jalopnik examined over twenty years of court records in the 36th District in Detroit and found that one out of every nine people facing a debt collection case was being sued by Credit Acceptance. Attorney Drew Millitello was interviewed for the… Read more »

Solutions for Wayne County Delinquent Property Taxes

Many individuals, mostly in the city of Detroit, have found themselves behind on property taxes owed to the  Wayne County Treasurer and face the risk of losing their home.  Timeline -A city tax bill is sent out to the homeowner in both July and December for both Summer and Winter taxes. Property taxes are assessed… Read more »

10 Questions with a Client – Part 2

Periodically our office likes to reach out to our clients to give others an idea how the process of filing bankruptcy works with our office. Allowing others to tell their story helps give potential clients a good idea of how a bankruptcy works and may help dispel common misconceptions. We have taken out all identifying… Read more »

10 Questions with a Client – Part 1

  Periodically our office likes to reach out to our clients to give others an idea how the process of filing bankruptcy works with our office. Allowing others to tell their story helps give potential clients a good idea of how a bankruptcy works and may help dispel common misconceptions. We have taken out all… Read more »

Bankruptcy and Divorce

 Which Should Come First? Bankruptcy or Divorce? Most of our clients do not want to file for bankruptcy.  However, a life changing event usually makes bankruptcy the best option to eliminate their debt and start rebuilding their credit.  One of the most common life changing events is divorce. Prior to filing for divorce or bankruptcy, it’s important… Read more »

A 2015 Michigan Foreclosure Crisis?

Saving your house from foreclosure Although we are a long way from the foreclosure crisis of 2006, experts predict that 2015 will represent a large spike in foreclosures forcing many families out of their homes.  This is due primarily many of the temporary relief measures during the crisis coming to an end. The government programs,… Read more »

Snow day update

Worst. Winter. Ever. Unless you’ve been inside since Halloween, you’re well aware that this has been an especially gross winter. Detroit has already locked up the bragging rights for most miserable winter. At this point, I’m cheering for the last couple inches of snow to set an all-time record for Detroit. Understandably, today’s storm made… Read more »