Michael Hollins, Sr. is a graduate of Western Michigan University - Thomas M. Cooley Law Schol where he received his Juris Doctorate. During law school, he worked as an intern to a prominent United States District Judge in the 6th circuit.
Mr. Hollins is known for his friendly and professional demeanor with clients and is a strong and passionate advocate in court. To Mr. Hollins, the best part of his job is when a client walks into his office overwhelmed by their financial circumstance and then walks out of his office armed with a plan to save their home, have a fresh start, and a smile.
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- Western Michigan University
- J.D. (2011) | Law
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- Q. Would a judgement proof letter help or hurt us Creditors are calling we haven’t paid in a year or so
- A: If you are indeed judgment proof, I believe that should be enough to dissuade debt collectors from harassing you, but if not, get a lawyer and allow them to take the steps necessary to stop the creditors from harrasing you.
- Q. Can I get a secured credit card while in chapter 13 bankruptcy to help build my credit back up?
- A: With the the trustees approval, you can. However, that is the shirt answer. I have more questions that may lend to a better one.
- Q. A few years ago i became part of a class action lawsuit due to asbestos exposure. I filed a 13 in September.
- A: You should disclose this settlement income to the court when you learn of it -- you do this by amending your Chapter 13 schedules. If you don't, you could later lose your right to any damages from the claim. The next step would be to exempt these funds as much as possible, where the law allows.