Westland Bankruptcy Lawyer

Wayne County Family Law Attorney

At The Smith Law Offices, P.C., we work hard to provide highly focused legal representation to people throughout southeast Michigan. Our lawyers are committed to your success, and they emphasize personalized attention and service. We believe that truly effective client relationships are built through face-to-face communication. We keep our firm small so that we can keep your costs down and can dedicate more of our time and energy to each case we handle.

Because of our reputation for knowledgeable counsel, and our willingness to listen closely to your questions and concerns, many of our new cases come to us through referrals from former or current clients.

Our Practice

We offer comprehensive counsel to clients with concerns about:

  • Bankruptcy — We handle all matters related to Chapter 7 bankruptcy and Chapter 13 bankruptcy filings. We will help you determine which approach makes the most sense for you and whether you qualify. We will also prepare and file all necessary documentation, and we will be your advocates with creditors, the trustee and the bankruptcy court.
  • Family law and divorce — We work with men and women throughout the divorce process, from the decision to file through post-judgment requests for modification. We will help you find solutions to all issues involved in a divorce, from child custody and parenting time to child support, spousal support and the division of marital property.
  • Criminal law — We focus our criminal defense practice on the needs of people charged with misdemeanors such as drug crimes, DUI and MIP, traffic offenses and theft crimes.

To learn more about the scope of our practice, see our practice area overview page.

Contact Our Offices

For a private consultation with an experienced Westland bankruptcy attorney, contact us by e-mail or call us at 734-403-4189 (toll free at 888-807-5629). Your first meeting is without cost or obligation.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.