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One Michigan Attorney....

really did save over a thousand homes in the great downturn of 2009-2014.


* We had the highest success rate of any firm in the United States.

* We did more modifications than any other firm in the United States.

* We fought for homeowners. We won more that we lost.


Today we face perhaps an even greater crisis. Our firm is dedicated to great customer service. The highest legal standards and to fight for you with everything we have to win.


No matter how dire your situation is, most people cannot face their landlord or mortgage company on an even footing. They are in the business, you are not. Our process is simple: we study your situation and work with you to find the best possible outcome.


If we can't help you, we will tell you. If we can help you, our fees are reasonable, the work we do is done to the highest professional standards. We use open communication and we always treat our clients right.


Most people seeking relief from the terms of their real estate contracts, whether a mortgage or a lease, need help. Our advise is always get help sooner rather than later. The lawyers for your bank or your landlord never sleep. Time is your greatest friend if you have it and your worst enemy if you don't. That is why, the sooner your act. The sooner you know what your rights are, the better off you are. Do not make the mistake of waiting and hoping that things will get better if you hold on a little longer. The time to act is now.


We cannot promise that we will win but we can promise to use all of our skill, knowledge and best efforts on your behalf. The initial consultation is free, what are you waiting for?

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