Our Commitment to You
At Detroit Lawyers PLLC, we remain focused on continuing to provide outstanding customer service while keeping our clients safe. As a result of the coronavirus outbreak we have implemented changes to our office policies.
- We are open for business! You can file bankruptcy during the government’s stay in place order. You can stop creditor harassment, wage garnishments and foreclosures. In fact, you can file a bankruptcy case and receive a discharge, without leaving the comfort of your home.
- In office meetings will now be conducted by phone or video conferencing. We will work by your side from initial consultation to the filing of the case and you can do it all from the safety of your own home.
- Detroit Lawyers PLLC will continue to comply with the Eastern District of Michigan’s policies and that of its respective Trustees. It remains our goal to continue to push our client’s cases forward and will be working hard to facilitate resolutions and discharges. If at any time a client is uncomfortable proceeding with a telephonic conference requiring attendance at our office, we will seek them an adjournment with no questions asked.
- In order to keep our clients and staff safe, we ask that you not enter into our building if you are experiencing any of the symptoms associated with coronavirus. This includes fever, cough, shortness of breath or sore throat. In addition, please stay home if you have travelled outside of the state or country in the last 14 days.
We understand that as a result of the pandemic, you may have had to make some difficult financial choices. Many are watching their retirement plans dissipate, losing hours at work or being forced to stay home to care for their children. As a full financial services firm, we welcome your questions on how to navigate the next few months. For many folks, the loss of a tax refund or garnishment can be particularly devastating during the current climate. We will continue to offer our clients a quick turnaround from initial consultation to filing to get those garnishments stopped and money back into their bank account as quickly as possible.