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Detroit Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Consumer Bankruptcy Lawyer Filing Bankruptcy cases throughout Southeast Michigan MichiganBankruptcyLawyer.com

 Certification: "A voluntary process instituted by a nongovernmental organization by which
    individuals are recognized for [specific], sometimes advanced, knowledge and skills."

     - National Organization for Competency Assurance, Washington, D.C.


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DETROIT BANKRUPTCY LAWYER WALTER METZEN IS ONE OF ONLY A HANDFUL OF BOARD CERTIFIED CONSUMER BANKRUPTCY LAWYERS IN MICHIGAN

Bankruptcy in Michigan is a difficult and demanding process. Often, when bankruptcy becomes necessary, it is the result of some unforeseen event or external circumstance beyond an individual's or married couple's control. Bankruptcy is not a “quick fix” and can involve some very complicated areas of law. For the most part, federal law governs bankruptcy in the United States, although several states have peculiarities unique to those states. Because bankruptcy law is mostly federal, the American Board of Certification was created to develop an examination and a set of standards that can be used nationwide to measure an attorney’s competence in bankruptcy law. Some states have laws that prevent an attorney from advertising legal specialties and Michigan is one of them. Only Board Certified Bankruptcy Specialists may advertise themselves as professionals.

Ask if your attorney is a Michigan Certified Consumer Bankruptcy Specialist by the American Board of Certification.

If you are interested in obtaining the names of certified consumer or business bankruptcy specialists in your area, or in obtaining a free directory of certified specialists, please contact the American Board of Certification.

You expect certification from your doctor - expect it from your lawyer too.

Board Certification means that the certified attorney has met rigorous, objective standards and has demonstrated knowledge in bankruptcy and/or creditors' rights law. Hiring an attorney with expertise in any specialized field of law can be a bewildering experience. As a client, you want to make sure your counsel is experienced in the particular field. Unfortunately, prospective clients usually have little objective criteria on which to rely.

The American Board of Certification's (ABC) programs are designed to identify and recognize those attorneys in consumer or business bankruptcy who have met or exceeded rigorous certification standards relating to experience, continuing legal education, integrity, and peer review; in addition to demonstrating a sophisticated understanding of the law in their specialty area.

The goal of ABC is to provide meaningful information to those seeking legal services to enable them to make informed decisions in selecting experienced counsel.

To become certified as a bankruptcy specialist by ABC, an applicant must successfully complete a comprehensive day-long written examination covering (1) general bankruptcy/creditors' rights law (2) legal ethics, and (3) substantive questions in the specialty area. In addition, each applicant must show significant experience in legal matters and a substantial dedication of their practice to such matters, as well as providing professional references and participating in at least 60 hours of continuing legal education over a three-year period.

What Does Board Certification Mean?

It means that the certified attorney has met rigorous, objective standards and has demonstrated knowledge in bankruptcy law. Hiring an attorney with expertise in any specialized field of law can be a bewildering experience. As a client, you want to make sure your counsel is experienced in the particular field. Unfortunately, prospective clients usually have little objective criteria on which to rely. The American Board of Certification’s (ABC) programs are designed to identify and recognize those attorneys in consumer or business bankruptcy who have met or exceeded rigorous certification standards relating to experience, continuing legal education, integrity, and peer review, in addition to demonstrating a sophisticated understanding of bankruptcy law.

The goal of the ABC is to provide meaningful information to those seeking bankruptcy law services to enable them to make informed decisions in selecting experienced bankruptcy counsel.

What is The ABC?

The American Board of Certification is a non-profit organization dedicated toserving the public and improving the quality of the bankruptcy bar. It is the only national bankruptcy certification program, offering certification in business and consumer bankruptcy law and creditors’ rights law. The ABC’s Business and Consumer Bankruptcy Certification Programs are accredited by the American Bar Association. The ABC is sponsored by the American Bankruptcy Institute, and the Commercial Law League of America. The ABC Board of Directors consists of many of the nation’s finest bankruptcy and creditors’ rights lawyers, former judges, and law professors. ABC certification encourages bankruptcy attorneys to strive toward excellence and recognizes those attorneys who have met the ABC’s rigorous standards.

How High Are The Certification Standards?

To become certified as a bankruptcy specialist by the ABC, an applicant must successfully complete a comprehensive day-long written examination covering(1) general bankruptcy law, (2) legal ethics, and (3) business or consumer bankruptcy. In addition, each applicant must show significant experience in bankruptcy law matters and a substantial dedication of their practice to such matters, as well as providing professional references and participating in at least 60 hours of continuing legal education over a three-year period.

Recertification

Initial certification is for a period of up to five years, after which certified bankruptcy attorneys must show that they continue to have active bankruptcy practice, have participated in continuing legal education, have good standing in the legal profession, and can provide peer references.

You Have a Choice

When you are considering hiring a bankruptcy attorney, you have a right to know which attorneys have met the ABC’s stringent standards. Why settle for anything less?

Walter Metzen, Board Certified Consumer Bankruptcy Lawyer in Michigan will provide, free of charge as part of your free initial Bankruptcy Analysis, a means test calculation to determine if you are eligible for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy.  Nearly 90% of the people who walk through my door are eligible to file a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Michigan and get a permanent discharge of their debt. With Chapter 13 Bankruptcy in Michigan, we can develop and affordable repayment plan to fit every budget.

 

 Contact me, bankruptcy attorney Walter Metzen to learn more about how I can help you get a Fresh Financial Start!.

 Be sure to Obtain a copy of your Credit Report after your Michigan Bankruptcy Filing and check it for Mistakes.

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Information about Bankruptcy and Bankruptcy Law

  • For up-to-date information about pending bankruptcy legislation, visit THOMAS - legislative information on the web provided by the Library of Congress.
  • US Bankruptcy Law - Bankruptcy code courtesy of the Legal Information Institute of Cornell Law School.
  • Federal bankruptcy forms are available in PDF at the web site of the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts. The A.O.U.S.C. also has a PDF of bankruptcy basics on its website.
  • Bankruptcy Lawfinder has links to all kinds of bankruptcy resources on the web, including case notes, bankruptcy law resources, and a bankruptcy discussion group, and is a site sponsored/maintained by Warren Agin, a bankruptcy attorney in Massachusetts.
  • Internet Bankruptcy Library hosted by Bankruptcy Creditors' Service, Inc. has news about bankruptcy filings, on-line bankruptcy discussion groups, conferences, publications, resources material, and more.
  • American Bankruptcy Institute - Comprehensive information about legislative news related to bankruptcy, bankruptcy statistics, judges' opinions, bankruptcy code and analysis. ABI is "the nation's largest multi-disciplinary, non-partisan organization dedicated to research and education on matters related to insolvency." ABI publishes a newsletter 10 times per year, distributed to ABI members.
  • Findlaw's bankruptcy page has links to many internet bankruptcy resources.
  • New Generation Research's Bankruptcy Yearbook & Almanac contains data about bankruptcy filings, corporate statistics and more. Some information in the publication is available on site. Also see BankruptcyData.com.
  • BankruptcySales.com allows trustees and debtors to post listings of assets being offered for sale.
  • Bernstein's Dictionary of Bankruptcy Terminology published by Attorneys at Law Bernstein Bernstein Krawec & Wymard, P.C.
  • BNA's Bankruptcy Law Reporter is a weekly publication whose editorial aim is to "follow every significant change in bankruptcy law today; apply current case strategies and theories to your practice; keep up-to-date with pertinent legislative and regulatory actions; assess the value and strength of your cases; and put significant developments into perspective and determine what they mean for your practice." The weekly newsletter is available on a subscription basis, and their website has a sample publication for you to view.

Bankruptcy Organizations, Committees and Discussion Groups

  • National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, Inc. is an organization of attorneys representing mostly debtors. Their site contains information about their organization and cases of interest.
  • The Commercial Law League of America claims to be America's oldest creditors' rights organization. Their site contains a special update on the final report of the Bankruptcy Review Commission and other bankruptcy info.
  • Bankruptcy Roundtable is an e-mail discussion group for bankruptcy attorneys to exchange information and ideas. To be added to this group, simply send an e-mail message to listserve@bankrupt.com with "subscribe roundtable", without the quotes, in the message. This discussion group is not for debtors.
  • Bankruptcy ListServe is another e-mail discussion group, and is a very good resource for bankruptcy attorneys. To subscribe to this group, simply send an e-mail message to listproc@polecat.law.indiana.edu with "subscribe bankrlaw", without the quotes, in the message. This discussion group is not for debtors.
  • The U.S. Trustee Program is part of the Department of Justice, and oversees administration of bankruptcy cases. Their site contains information about the U.S. Trustee program and the bankruptcy system.
  • The National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees is a non-profit organization created to "address the needs of the bankruptcy trustees throughout the country and to promote the effectiveness of the bankruptcy system as a whole." Their site contains information about their organization, news of upcoming seminars, links to legislative information about bankruptcy, and a listserv and library for members only.
  • The National Association of Chapter Thirteen Trustees is an organization "dedicated to promoting education and professionalism in the chapter thirteen bankruptcy community." Their site provides a forum for discussion of chapter thirteen issues and legislation and contains their newsletters in PDF format.
  • Business Bankruptcy Committee at ABA - A committee for the means of exchange of ideas among bankruptcy attorneys and judges.
  • The Office of the Standing Chapter Thirteen Trustee in Detroit contains news about upcoming seminars, a discussion group, and general information about chapter thirteen procedures.
  • The American Board of Certification certifies attorneys as specialists in business bankruptcy, consumer bankruptcy and creditors' rights law. It is a non-profit organization, sponsored by The American Bankruptcy Institute and The Commercial Law League of America, dedicated to serving the public and improving the quality of bankruptcy and creditors' rights law bars.

 


 

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Links to Bankruptcy Courts

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Electronic Court Information Systems:
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Links to U.S. Bankruptcy Courts Electronic Records
 Alabama Middle Bankruptcy Court 
 Alabama Northern Bankruptcy Court
 Alabama Southern Bankruptcy Court
 Alaska Bankruptcy Court - ECF 
 Arizona Bankruptcy Court - ECF 
 Arkansas Eastern Bankruptcy Court - ECF 
 Arkansas Western Bankruptcy Court - ECF 
 California Central Bankruptcy Court - ECF
 California Northern Bankruptcy Court - ECF
 California Southern Bankruptcy Court - ECF
 California Southern Bankruptcy Court - ECF 
 Colorado Bankruptcy Court - ECF 
 Connecticut Bankruptcy Court - ECF
 Delaware Bankruptcy Court - ECF 
 District Court Of Guam
 District Of Columbia Bankruptcy Court - ECF
 Florida Northern Bankruptcy Court - ECF
 Florida Middle Bankruptcy Court - ECF
 Florida Southern Bankruptcy Court - ECF
 Georgia Middle Bankruptcy Court - PACER
 Georgia Northern Bankruptcy Court - ECF 
 Georgia Southern Bankruptcy Court-Savanna - RACER 
 Hawaii Bankruptcy Court - ECF 
 Illinois Central Bankruptcy Court - ECF
 Illinois Northern Bankruptcy - Chicago - ECF 
 Illinois Southern Bankruptcy Court - ECF 
 Indiana Northern Bankruptcy Court - ECF
 Indiana Southern Bankruptcy Court - ECF
 Iowa Northern Bankruptcy Court - ECF 
 Iowa Southern Bankruptcy Court - ECF 
 Kansas Bankruptcy Court  - ECF
 Kentucky Eastern Bankruptcy Court - ECF
 Kentucky Western Bankruptcy Court - ECF 
 Louisiana Eastern Bankruptcy Court - ECF 
 Louisiana Middle Bankruptcy Court - ECF 
 Louisiana Western Bankruptcy Court - ECF
 Maine Bankruptcy Court - ECF 
 Maryland Bankruptcy Court - ECF
 Massachusetts Bankruptcy Court - ECF
 Michigan Eastern Bankruptcy Court - ECF
 Michigan Western Bankruptcy Court - ECF
 Mississippi Northern Bankruptcy Court - ECF
 Mississippi Southern Bankruptcy Court - ECF
 Missouri Eastern Bankruptcy Court - ECF
 Missouri Western Bankruptcy Court - ECF 
 Montana Bankruptcy Court - Pacer
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 Nevada Bankruptcy Court - ECF 
 New Hampshire Bankruptcy Court - ECF 
 New Jersey Bankruptcy Court - ECF 
 New Mexico Bankruptcy Court - ECF
 New York Eastern Bankruptcy Court - ECF 
 New York Northern Bankruptcy Court - ECF
 New York Southern Bankruptcy Court - ECF 
 New York Western Bankruptcy Court - ECF
 North Carolina Eastern Bankruptcy - ECF
 North Carolina Middle Bankruptcy Court - ECF
 North Carolina Western Bankruptcy Court - ECF 
 North Dakota Bankruptcy Court - ECF
 Ohio Northern Bankruptcy Court - ECF 
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 Pennsylvania Eastern Bankruptcy Court - ECF
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 Rhode Island Bankruptcy Court - ECF
 South Carolina Bankruptcy Court 
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 Tennessee Eastern Bankruptcy Court - PACER
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 Utah Bankruptcy Court - ECF 
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 Virginia Eastern Bankruptcy - ECF 
 Virginia Western Bankruptcy Court - ECF
 Washington Western Bankruptcy Court - ECF 
 West Virginia Northern Bankruptcy Court - ECF
 West Virginia Southern Bankruptcy Court - ECF
 Wisconsin Eastern Bankruptcy Court - ECF
 Wisconsin Western Bankruptcy Court - ECF 
 Wyoming Bankruptcy Court - ECF 

Contact me, bankruptcy attorney Walter Metzen to learn more about how the new Chapter 7 bankruptcy law may affect your case. I offer a free initial consultation so we can discuss your case personally.

 

We are a Debt Relief Agency helping people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code. Let us help you decide if bankruptcy is right for you.

Bankruptcy attorney Walter Metzen represents clients throughout Southeast Michigan, including the communities of Detroit, Southfield, Warren, Roseville, Farmington Hills, Ann Arbor, Belleville, Canton, Clinton Township, Dearborn, Dearborn Heights, Hamtramck, Highland Park, Holland, Howell, Lincoln Park, Livonia, Macomb, Northville, Plymouth, Port Huron, Redford, Rochester, Saginaw, Southfield, Sterling Heights, Taylor, Trenton, Troy, Westland, Wyandotte, Ypsilanti, Mount Clemens, Howell, Oakland County, Macomb County, Wayne County, Washtenaw County, Livingston County, and all of the surrounding areas.
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