Attorney Shawn Coppins is driven by his desire to help others. His extensive experience and in-depth knowledge of bankruptcy law make him an exceptional legal partner, but what sets him apart are the personal connections he forms with his clients. Shawn takes a vested interest in the futures of the people he represents. Having dealt with his own financial hardships in the past, Shawn truly understands what you are going through. His compassionate approach aims to show you that—no matter how hopeless things may seem—there is always a light at the end of the tunnel.More About shawn
If you're buried in debt, you need an attorney who is willing to join you in the trenches and help you fight your way out. We'll do just that. At Great Lakes Bankruptcy Center, PLLC, we put ourselves in your shoes so we can understand your perspective. Then, we'll work together to create a plan with the ultimate goal of guiding you toward financial freedom.
Working toward financial stability is a journey that should not be taken alone. We'll be here to stand by your side as you navigate the peaks and valleys associated with the bankruptcy process. If you have questions or concerns along the way, reach out to our team. We will seek the answers you need or provide reassurance to help you stay calm through the storm.
Debt can be unpredictable. In the blink of an eye, you can go from being on top of your payments to feeling completely out of control. If your unpaid bills have piled up and you feel powerless in the face of financial struggle, it is important to remember that you are not alone. There is no shame in asking for help. At Great Lakes Bankruptcy Center, PLLC in Mount Clemens, Michigan, we offer a helping hand to those who need it most.
If you're considering filing for bankruptcy, you may feel like you've failed. In reality, you're taking the first step on the path toward financial freedom. We understand that you might be fearful of what the future holds, but we'll be by your side every step of the way as you pursue this fresh start.
We handle two kinds of bankruptcy: Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. Chapter 7 bankruptcy is also referred to as a "straight bankruptcy." Through the liquidation of your nonexempt assets, you can strive to completely eliminate most of your debt. In contrast, a Chapter 13 bankruptcy reorganizes your debt by requiring that you commit to a three-to-five-year repayment plan.
Each type of bankruptcy has benefits and drawbacks depending on your unique financial circumstances. Schedule a no-obligation consultation with our attorney in Mount Clemens today to discuss your eligibility and determine which solution is right for you. We proudly serve St. Clair and Macomb counties, as well as Chesterfield and Clinton townships.