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Resnick Law Company Profile

At Resnick Law, P.C., we never forget the fact that clients are who we work for, that they are our employers and that we must constantly strive to conduct ourselves in such a way as to provide our clients with the top quality legal services and representation they deserve in a prompt and cost-effective manner. Taking this approach, we have been proudly and successfully serving individual and business clients throughout metro Detroit, the Tri-County Area and southeastern Michigan for more than 15 years. For business clients, we are a full-service law firm capable of handling almost any type of business law issue or dispute. Resnick Law lawyers help clients form new businesses, negotiate and draft contracts, conduct transactions, navigate the commercial bankruptcy process, dissolve their businesses and more. We also represent a variety of clients in matters involving real estate, zoning, construction law and unfair property tax assessments. For individual clients, we offer top quality legal services and representation in a number of legal practice areas as well. Our attorneys handle business start-up needs, property tax appeals, real estate and construction law matters for individual clients. They also help individuals and families obtain debt relief through the bankruptcy process and non-bankruptcy alternatives. Our firm also offers a comprehensive range of estate planning and probate-related legal services. When a dispute involving any individual or commercial matter cannot be resolved outside of court and to our client’s satisfaction — we are fully prepared to aggressively represent their interests in litigation, or on appeal, at both the state and federal court levels.

News from James Bellefeuille:

Aggressive Dates Set for Detroit's Chapter 9 Bankruptcy Creditors to Present Their Arguments.

DETROIT, Sept. 16, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Judge Steven Rhodes has set Oct. 15-16 as the new dates for creditors to present their arguments against Detroit's bankruptcy, forcing a scramble for the trial. The Court had originally scheduled September 18th for oral arguments on creditor obj…