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    At Andersen, Ellis & Shephard, our lawyers have given thousands of Michigan residents a fresh financial start. Located just north of Ferris State University, our Big Rapids office provides a number of bankruptcy solutions to help you overcome your financial challenges. Our law firm has experience in all areas of bankruptcy law, and can help find the solution to best fit your financial needs....

  • Hall & Bolles, P.C., in Mount Pleasant, Michigan, has established a reputation as a knowledgeable, versatile and respected law firm serving the needs of individual and business clients in Central Michigan. Our attorneys — Thomas W. Hall Jr., and Becky J. Bolles — have more than 70 years of combined professional, general practice experience in primary practice areas including family...

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