Our law firm advises and represents both individuals and businesses through the entire Bankruptcy process. First, we will assist and advise you to determine whether you should even consider Bankruptcy as a worthwhile option, and discuss what the benefits and detriments will be for you. If Bankruptcy is right you, we will assist you in determining whether you should seek relief under Chapter 7, Chapter 13 and Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code. Please contact us and we will be glad to discuss your entire situation in detail and give you the information you need to determine whether Bankruptcy relief will help you and will be the best option for your financial difficulties. We do not charge any fee for an initial consultation.
Our law firm dedicates our practice exclusively to representing Clients in financial difficulties, and this usually results in filing and representing our Clients in a Bankruptcy case. We have the expertise to give you sound advice about how Bankruptcy can give you financial relief and provide you with a fresh start. Our office staff provides friendly, professional service.
Attorney Samuel G. Firebaugh has practiced Bankruptcy Law in Michigan for over 33 years. He has significant additional professional education and training in accounting, finance and taxation, and significant experience in handling and resolving tax problems, business reorganizations and contested Bankruptcy cases. In the past 25 years as a principal attorney in his law firm he has handled and been responsible for over 10,000 Bankruptcy cases.
Attorney Roberta W. Andrews, has practiced bankruptcy law in Michigan for 20 years. She has prior experience in real estate, probate, personal injury, contract claims, and family law. Ms Andrews is a member of the State Bar of Michigan, Federal Bar Association, American Bankruptcy Institute, International Women’s Insolvency & Restructuring Confederation, and the Detroit Consumer Bankruptcy Association.
Attorney Roberta W. Andrews attended college in her home state of Connecticut at the University of Connecticut. She obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in History and further obtained her teaching certificate in K-12 Education. After moving to Michigan with her spouse and two children in 1990, she attended Wayne State University Law School in Detroit where she graduated magna cum laude in 1995. During law school, Ms. Andrews worked and volunteered with the Free Legal Aid Clinic providing divorce, child custody, and domestic violence protection services to those in need. Her first job as an attorney was with a personal injury firm where she immediately began trial work. Ms. Andrews was introduced into Bankruptcy practice in 1997 while working with UAW Legal Services providing a range of legal services to Union members including real estate transactions, wills & trusts, contract claims, divorce, and bankruptcy. Deciding that bankruptcy provided the most valuable assistance to people with financial difficulties, in 2002 Ms. Andrews joined attorney Samuel G. Firebaugh to concentrate exclusively on bankruptcy. Since the firm opened in Westland, Michigan, Ms. Andrews has worked diligently advocating for people in financial distress. As the economy has deteriorated and the housing crisis has caused more financial hardship, she has focused on using bankruptcy law to stop foreclosure, obtain mortgage loan modifications, and strip off second mortgages and home equity loans so that people can afford to stay in their homes.
Together, attorneys Firebaugh & Andrews have dedicated themselves for over 50 years to helping people and businesses in Wayne County and the surrounding counties solve their financial difficulties. Let our experience help solve your financial difficulties.
If you are concerned about your finances, Contact Us for a free phone consultation. You will speak directly with us and we will answer all the questions that you have about filing bankruptcy and whether it is right for you.